Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the character of a vampire; pertaining to vampires or the belief in them: as, vampiric habits, literature, or superstition.
- adj. horror Having the traits of a vampire.
“Unlike his tag-team partner in vampiric crime, SCOTT SNYDER does not strike a pose that embodies the macabre.”
““But it’s an epidemic unlike I believe the stuff that is [big] in vampiric fiction.””
“And it's instructive that when people describe the Borg or the Cybermen, and their tendencies to consume populations, making people be like them, their methods are described as vampiric, rather than zomberific.”
“VELEZ-MITCHELL: And perhaps acting out some kind of vampiric fantasy.”
“I have read some of Sukia´s books in spanish a few years back, she is indeed a vampire but she does not much of "vampiric" things...”
“While I see your point, I think creating a world where sexuality exists (or stand-in sexuality, such as vampiric biting) but the female character will never have it isn't necessarily a bad kind of escapist female fantasy, particularly for a young audience.”
“Take Marianne Faithfull, indomitable at 62, railing against the 'vampiric' Kate Moss for stealing her signature style, and currently on a world tour to promote her new album.”
“This film is very sexual, but it’s not the kind of vampiric sexuality we get from something like True Blood.”
“Other energy-workers are also welcome, so long as you have no problem with the vampiric side of energy work.”
“Slaine was a vampiric demon, a made immortal creature.”
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