Such events as injury occurring around you may be shocking to most usually, but to people fighting in the war they have become the norm. The men are portrayed as âlimping and blood-shodâ. It is not surprising that the men would be limping in their state, but âblood-shodâ is not a recognised English term...
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It is similar to the expression âblood-shotâ, which is customarily connected to the eyes, meaning a blood vessel has burst and blood seeped out into a network of red lines, rather unattractively. Also âshedâ (as in âbloodshedâ) is likely to be a word that could be paired with âshodâ. If bloodshed and bloodshot are welded together you will inevitably come up with blood-shod, which I think may be a mixture of the two â blood has been shed by the men and has exuded over the area of the wound...