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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

bad′ blood′(n.)

  1. (n.)unfriendly or hostile relations; enmity.

Origin of bad blood:

1815–25

Princeton's WordNet

  1. animosity, animus, bad blood(noun)

    a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility

Wiktionary

  1. bad blood(Noun)

    Feelings of hostility or ill will.

  2. bad blood(Noun)

    A serious feud or long-standing grudge.

  3. bad blood(Noun)

    An inherited immoral or disturbed nature.

  4. Origin: From Charles Lamb's Essays of Elia (1823).

Freebase

  1. Bad Blood

    Bad Blood is the second and final album by Ice. The album is most notable for its fusion of industrial music and hip hop, as well as the number of guests on the album.

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