Did you maybe mean vampires?
- n. A female vampire.
- vampire + -ess (Wiktionary)
“In addition to Bryce Dallas Howard, who replaced Rachelle Lefevre as the vampiress Victoria, there's Jodelle Ferland, a native of Vancouver (where the film was shot), who plays Bree, one of the pawns in Victoria's scheme of revenge.”
“Our horror buddies and gurus over at Bloody Disgusting are reporting that Kate Beckinsale is attached to star in Underworld 4, which is being made in 3D, however, she is trying to have a smaller role so that she can “pass the torch” of the vampiress role to her 11-year-old daughter Lily Mo Sheen.”
“I could play ferocious vampiress and leave you unchanged before.”
“She looks absolutley beautiful as a seductive vampiress during her transformation.”
“It was said that she had facilitated the union of the Red Adept and Suchevane, the beautiful vampiress, and that their son was named after her.”
“Nick often visits her when he needs the kind of info only a centuries-old vampiress can provide.”
“Since she wasn't going to twirl tassels or do 80s rap or dress like a vampiress, that made sense.”
“The whimsical story line is fast-paced from the moment Lady Emily decides on direct public relations with the nocturnal appearance of her vampiress.”
“However, the worst as far as the fledgling is concerned is the demand by a royal vampiress that Ava pledge her loyalty.”
“She appears as a strange female wandering the night like a vampiress.”
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