The noun "blood" can be both countable and uncountable.
blood → uncountable
Meaning: the red liquid inside our bodies
Example sentence: It was a deep cut, and there was a lot of blood.
blood → countable
Meaning: (old-fashioned) a rich man who likes to show off
Example sentence: Charles Dickens described young bloods courting the young women of London.
Note: In current American usage, the countable word is most commonly used as a slang term for an African-American male.
In which sentence is the word "blood" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey