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Bleed

1. To lose money in a venture or investment over time. Bleeding may occur fast or slowly, but never improves. See also: Stop the bleeding.

2. To extract an excessively high price in a transaction or venture under threat of force or some other harm. Bleeding in this sense is illegal.
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MY heart bleeds for the "poor" Rangers fan Michael Carroll who now says he wishes he had not won his Lotto jackpot of pounds 7.
My heart bleeds for the wretched plight of poor Buster the Rottweiler left to die in an empty house.
MY heart bleeds for yob Michael Carroll who now says he wishes he hadn't won his pounds 7.
My heart bleeds that Ivy Clarke and Jimmy Mulligan's families are suffering and the police must be very disheartened that after all their hard work somebody can get away with this killing.
My heart bleeds for his grieving family, their pain cannot be described but they must cling to their belief that Jonathan was worth a hundred times more than the morons who persecuted him.
My heart bleeds for the Lord Mayor and all the others, because when the roll is called up yonder, no practising homosexuals, thugs, muggers, drunks, etc will be there, or come to that, those misled people calling themselves gay Christians and gay priests, they won't be there either.
Fiona Hall Great Yarmouth Norfolk MY heart bleeds for the poor people of Haiti.
MY heart bleeds for the stunning Swede Magdalena Hedman, voted Europe's Sexiest Footballer's Wife.
My heart bleeds for the farmers who are forever bleating on about how badly off they are.
MY HEART bleeds for England having to play a Euro 2008 qualifier against Russia on an artificial pitch tomorrow night.