Definitions

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  • n. The quality of being vampy.

Etymologies

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vampy +‎ -ness

Examples

  • For those of you not “up” on White Wolf, news is bad for the company that brought a lot of vampiness to the RP scene – some love it, some hate it, but none can deny it changed the RPG landscape profoundly.

    White Wolf – Dead Yet? « Geek Related

  • You don't usually get vampiness AND pockets in the same pattern.

    May 2008

  • I do have to disagree with rebecca however-the vampiness of ample cleavage and ladylike length is what makes the dress amazing.

    Mouret, your way. - A Dress A Day

  • It's silly in a self-aware way, but sincere enough to keep it from floating away as just an exercise-a loving tribute to the vampiness and campiness of '60s and' 70s trash cinema.

    DVD Verdict

  • The writers can't quite figure out how to use Jaime Sommers 'little sister, Katee Sackhoff is stealing the show as the vampy, bionically enhanced Sarah Corvus (Sackhoff may want to tone down her vampiness, actually), the plots are unfocused and there's little depth to any of these characters.

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  • Baywatch babe Brooke Burns provides more layers than mere vampiness to Lisa.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Kratzer's basement suggests that the great cultural influences wandered out of college humanities class - here a Churchill for eloquence during harsh times, a Joan Crawford for cinematic vampiness, Holmes and Poirot for great literary characterization - and set up shop together in the carefully hand-drawn markings of an educated imagination come to life.

    AllDeaf.com

  • Is it because she is shamelessly using flirtatiousness and vampiness as a substitute for competence and eloquence?

    Yahoo! Buzz US: Top Stories

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