- life·blood 1. Blood regarded as essential for life. 2. An indispensable or vital part: Capable workers are the lifeblood of the business.
- 1. the blood, as being necessary to life. literary
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An album by a band who tries to make more serious music or tries to be excepted by the masses after years of commercial failure. Mostly used in a negative way.
Definitions for terms Lifeblood and Constitution. noun. The blood considered as the seat of vitality. An essential or life-giving force.
lifeblood: Blood regarded as essential for life. from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
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Ask Arthur Middleton to define the lifeblood of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and he may mention three major river systems. But he will quickly turn his focus to terrestrial wildlife migrations.