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  • noun Plural form of succubus.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • [FN#447] In text "Rákiba-há," the technical term for demoniac insiliation or possession: the idea survives in our "succubi" and

    Arabian nights. English

  • Maybe it's because I haven't seen any hot guys for a while, but I thought, "Ooh, yummy," and moseyed on over to see what sort of book she'd created to have "succubi" in the title and a really hot guy on the cover.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • It let Remy know if she was in the house when Remy got home, since succubi often kept weird hours.

    My Fair Succubi

  • From biblical temptresses to blood-sucking vampires, from the sirens of Greek mythology whose seductive singing lured many a sailor to his death to the succubi who appear in men's dreams, women have been portrayed as man-hungry predators throughout the history of literature.

    George Heymont: The Myth of the Deadly Diva

  • This time, it's debut author Erica Hayes (look out for Shadowfae this October - all about succubi).

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • As succubi, Remy and I could only be killed by sexual starvation or the deaths of our masters.

    My Fair Succubi

  • From biblical temptresses to blood-sucking vampires, from the sirens of Greek mythology whose seductive singing lured many a sailor to his death to the succubi who appear in men's dreams, women have been portrayed as man-hungry predators throughout the history of literature.

    George Heymont: The Myth of the Deadly Diva

  • Thanks to succubi genes, my breasts were a very perky double-D, and they made the dress do obscene things.

    My Fair Succubi

  • From biblical temptresses to blood-sucking vampires, from the sirens of Greek mythology whose seductive singing lured many a sailor to his death to the succubi who appear in men's dreams, women have been portrayed as man-hungry predators throughout the history of literature.

    George Heymont: The Myth of the Deadly Diva

  • Because succubi needed sex so often, the Itch was a gradual pain in the ass—I could probably survive another day or two without serious repercussions.

    My Fair Succubi

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