Meaning of well-blooded in English:

well-blooded

adjective

rare
  • Fully initiated in hunting game or in combat; experienced at hunting, fighting, or killing. Compare "blood" 5a.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Simon Latham (d. ?1649), writer on falconry. From well + blooded.

Pronunciation

well-blooded

/ˌwɛlˈblʌdɪd/