Definitions

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  • n. The realm or status of vampires.

Etymologies

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vampire +‎ -dom

Examples

  • For example, this movie gets things going at a fairly brisk pace; we meet our protagonist, get some cool flashbacks about the origins of vampiredom, and immediately get into the day-to-day intricacies of “living” amongst the undead.

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  • In the North you have the Hood, Midtown is ruled by the Coalition and downtown is a patchwork of rival clans including the Village's which is the lefty utopian crowd that wants to take vampiredom public so that they can be recognized as victims of the Vampire Vyrus.

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  • They say the murder suspects may have been involved in a vampire cult, WTSP reports, and Pistey's claims to vampiredom appear to give credence to the idea.

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  • The "newborns" -- vampire slang for recent "recruits" to vampiredom -- are violent and rowdy and obviously voracious.

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  • While assembled with conventional visual elements and pushing a foreign oil allegory with a decided lack of subtlety, "Daybreakers" is a genre fun house worth the return trip to the fatigued war zone of vampiredom.

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  • I liked the results of this deinterlacing system by vampiredom at Doom9.

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  • I liked the results of this deinterlacing method by vampiredom at Doom9.

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