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  • n. Plural form of ghoul.

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Examples

  • This year especially, some families question whether it is appropriate to revel in ghouls and goblins since Halloween falls on a Sunday, the first time since 2004.

    On Halloween Sunday, Some Opt For All Saints' Parties

  • Rome Hanson let the name-calling -- "misery pimps" and "ghouls" -- slide off their backs as they run an outreach organization for Russia, with two deadly suicide bombings on the Moscow subway at rush hour, including an attack at the station beneath the headquarters of

    WN.com - Articles related to Tokyo marks 15th anniversary of subway gas attack

  • It turns out the ghouls are the children of the one John killed.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Although the weak dialogue often makes for some unintentionally comedic moments (listening to Thomas break down the history of the ghouls is a fine example), the film doesn't have much else going for it.

    Blogger News Network

  • The report indentifies Yorkshire as the centre of ghostly goings-on demonic activity with 74 reports of demons, including Uncabus and Succubus (male and female demons that make sexual attacks on sleeping victims), instances of demonic possession and sightings of hell hounds, water demons and demons with repulsive forms such as ghouls and werewolves.

    the black dog and the scottish play, indeed

  • Or do they agree with the tabloid papers that the vendors are "ghouls" profiting off of sorrow?

    The King's White Beard

  • Ultra-Conservative radio star Rush Limbaugh, widely regarded as a bellwether of right-wing debate, denounced Democrats as "ghouls" who are effectively "accusing a majority of Americans of being accomplices to murder."

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • By the time the "ghouls" finally attack, the audience will be in a sleep-induced coma - not to mention they're completely wasted.

    Bloody-Disgusting Horror News

  • It identified Yorkshire as the centre of ghostly goings-on demonic activity with 74 reports of demons, including Uncabus and Succubus (male and female demons that make sexual attacks on sleeping victims), instances of demonic possession and sightings of hell hounds, water demons and demons with repulsive forms such as ghouls and werewolves.

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • Raoul Moat 'ghouls' are endangering the village where he killed himself

    Your Local Guardian | Sutton

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