- n. a person who engages in necrophilia
“Mink, because the etymology amuses me, I think the word you're looking for would be "necrophiliac".”
“Classical music now accounts for about 2% of recorded-music sales in America, down from 20% in the early 1960s, a decline that Mr Ross attributes partly to its "necrophiliac" fixation on composers who, as an old joke has it, are long decomposed.”
“Only awesome words like 'necrophiliac' and 'necromonger' and 'necronomicon' have the prefix of death!”
“I'm not a pedophile any more than I'm a necrophiliac.”
“Ghost belongs to the same necrophiliac genre as Truly Madly Deeply: it may want to celebrate romance but it actually sanctifies loss.”
“At their pledge initiation on Old Campus, DKE members shouted phrases such as "No means yes, yes means anal" and "No means yes, yes means anal" and "My name is Jack, I'm a necrophiliac, I f--- dead women.”
“Meanwhile, the apple his slightly necrophiliac kiss saved her from”
“The crowd is unlikely to protest either the music or Oscar Wilde's play, decadent and necrophiliac though it be.”
“One asks University President Richard Levin to publicly denounce the behavior of the DKE pledges during an initiation ritual, where they chanted and shouted phrases such as "No means yes, yes means anal" and "My name is Jack, I'm a necrophiliac, I f--- dead women.”
“Not to let Strauss, the tonality-breaker, go unheard, Maazel brought on the composer's clashing, crashing chords that accompany Salomé, the teen-aged necrophiliac doing her virginal tryout in Herod's kingdom of depravity.”
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