Examples of vampire in a Sentence
regarded debt collectors as vampires who made a living from the misery of others
Recent Examples of vampire from the Web
More than 100 million copies of the books in the Twilight series have sold, which also brought vampire love between Edward and Bella to the big screen.
First came last week's release of the latest trailer for New Moon, the new movie installment of the bestselling teen vampire book series.
Robert Pattinson's vampire days might be long behind him, but the 31-year-old actor still dresses a little bit like the king of the underworld in his real life.
The film ends with Frederic reunited with the woman from his memory, who’s a vampire herself.
Next season, the Milwaukee Ballet will revive a legendary vampire and a popular dance that blends Bach and African music.
On a lighter note, meet the vampire frog that devours its mother's eggs.
This show is clearly a major departure from Nina's vampire roots on the more dramatic, fantastical Vampire Diaries.
In 2016, he was questioned by police after calling Christians bloodsucking vampires who should be expelled from the country.
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Origin and Etymology of vampire
First Known Use: 1732See Words from the same year
VAMPIRE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vampire for English Language Learners
in stories : a dead person who leaves the grave at night to bite and suck the blood of living people
VAMPIRE Defined for Kids
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