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- adj. Of or pertaining to lycanthropy.
- adj. Of or pertaining to lycanthropes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to lycanthropy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to lycanthropy; characteristic of lycanthropy.
After more than 90 years since the first werewolves of silent film, the good ole fashioned lycanthropic metamorphosis has become a cinematic art from.
A lycanthropic excerpt titled “Stop Your Caterwauling” is in the current NY Tyrant.
With this provocative knowledge the beleaguered Fritz knows he is the only one who can stop Hitler before the Eastern advancement continues and the new feeding grounds fall forever under the control of the Nazis and their lycanthropic leadership.
The Evil Brothers were very good indeed, although Gareth Saxe as Ferdinand started at such a high level of scene-chewery that he had almost nowhere to go once he'd gone fully lycanthropic.
As a child, I was filled with wonderment at my first encounter with electrum coins, potions of diminution, and lycanthropic foes.
Also: "Your pirate disguise fools no-one Lord Xopher: My spider-sense identifies you as the time travelling lycanthropic vampire ninja from the moon that did for Drake, my zombie progenitor - now give me your Braaaaaaaaaaaaains"3
Troma might have the zombie chickens but it sounds like Universal have the lycanthropic turkey.
Certainly he had never put a bone from a lycanthropic minotaur in any batch, as he'd told the kender the night before.
In today's Wall Street Journal, columnist Thomas Frank calls out the Washington Post at length for its fawning, frolicsome coverage of the way lobbyists infect every single corner of Capitol Hill like a lycanthropic plague.
That could either mean that the villain is revealed as being lycanthropic or, for that matter, that a second werewolf is at some point put into the position of antagonist.