Examples of vampire in a Sentence
regarded debt collectors as vampires who made a living from the misery of others
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The Lost Boys’ Subtly Radical Vision of Family—Brandon Tensley revisits the 1987 vampire horror-comedy that debuted at a time when America was preoccupied with the evolution of traditional kinship bonds.
A New Dawn When Twilight author Stephenie Meyer first announced a new supernatural TV series in the works called The Rook, some wondered if this might be related, somehow, to her enormously popular vampire and werewolf romances.
The world that Charlaine created, with assassins and vampires and psychics, lends itself to all sorts of surprising events.
The Girls star is officially joining Murphy's kooky world of latex monsters, catty witches, lobster people, and Lady Gaga vampires.
John Robert Lindsey made a properly evil Monostatos (a dead ringer for the vampire Nosferatu), accompanied by terrifying dogs rather than slaves.
Stephen Moyer, who played the lead vampire on the series, wrote a short essay about his time with Ellis, capturing exactly what made the actor’s performance so indelible.
Ellis’s Lafayette was a cook at a diner who dealt drug-like vampire blood on the side.
Ellis was best known for playing a flamboyant, cross-dressing, short-order cook in all seven seasons of the HBO vampire series 'True Blood.'
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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
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