cold blood

Definition of "cold blood"
  1. A state of mind characterized by careful planning and intentionality
How to use "cold blood" in a sentence
  1. The crime was committed in cold blood, as evidenced by the careful planning involved.
  2. The defendant's act of removing the security camera indicates that the theft was done in cold blood.
  3. The prosecutor argued that the suspect committed the act in cold blood, due to certain premeditated actions.

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