vampire[ vam-pahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF vampire
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The horrible doubts which he had driven away were sucking at his heart like a vampire.
It is said that the vampire has a sort of hunger, which makes him eat the linen which envelops him.
Popery is the vampire that is sucking the life-blood of the country.
Why should a man be ever shadowed by the vampire wing of his past?
It was as if the place was a vampire that was sucking the life and health from our veins.
He whom a vampire has slain is supposed, in some countries, himself to become a vampire.
Moreover, the Regular name for a vampire in Servian, he remarks, is vukodlak.
It is not only during sleep that the Vampire is to be dreaded.
"Vampire" as a book-hunter, 55—his collection, 56 et seq.—his policy at auctions, 57 et seq.
Dragon and Vampire were spiraling away in opposite directions.