Examples of bloodsucker in a Sentence
Our landlord, the bloodsucker, just raised our rent again.
the union accused the company executives of being bloodsuckers, since they had given themselves raises at a time when the rank and file were forced to take cuts in their benefits
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Luckily, there are a number of ways to avoid letting the little bloodsuckers become an unfortunate vacation souvenir.
Tokyo Vampire Hotel The latest provocation from Japanese director Sion Sono (Love Exposure) is an awkward theatrical cut of his nine-episode miniseries for Amazon Prime Japan, about ancient, warring clans of Japanese bloodsuckers.
But think twice: Actually, losing these much-despised mooches, bloodsuckers and freeloaders could have disastrous consequences for the environment and human health.
Several young people have gone missing in Santa Carla, and Michael soon becomes obsessed with the mysterious Star (Jami Gertz), who hangs out with a gang of bloodsuckers helmed by David (Kiefer Sutherland).
Fleas These bloodsuckers are out in force during the summer, so check your pets and yourself often.
Let the Right One In A young outcast boy meets, and falls in love with, a young immortal bloodsucker in this superb 1980-set Swedish vampire romance from Tomas Alfredson, which climaxes with an unforgettable pool sequence.
The bloodsuckers perched on the tent screen, waiting for my dog Cora and me to emerge.
Through their bites, these bloodsuckers pick up the bacteria that cause Lyme disease from white-footed mice and then spread those microbes to people.
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First Known Use of bloodsucker
Synonymsleech, freeloader, free rider, hanger-on, moocher, parasite, sponge, sponger
Related Wordsdependent; deadbeat, idler; flunky (also flunkey or flunkie), henchman, lackey, satellite, stooge, sycophant, toady, yes-man; cheapskate, miser, niggard, piker, scrooge, skinflint, tightwad
Near Antonymsbenefactor, philanthropist, supporter
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