Definition of Bloodsuckers

1. Noun. (plural of bloodsucker) ¹



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Definition of Bloodsuckers

1. bloodsucker [n] - See also: bloodsucker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bloodsuckers

bloodspot
bloodspots
bloodstain
bloodstained
bloodstains
bloodstick
bloodsticks
bloodstock
bloodstocks
bloodstone
bloodstones
bloodstream
bloodstreams
bloodstroke
bloodsucker
bloodsuckers (current term)
bloodsucking
bloodthirst
bloodthirstier
bloodthirstiest
bloodthirstily
bloodthirstiness
bloodthirsty
bloodulf
bloodwit
bloodwite
bloodwites
bloodwits
bloodwood
bloodwood tree

Literary usage of Bloodsuckers

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1. Flashlights on Nature by Grant Allen (1905)
"X BRITISH bloodsuckers I WRITE this title with peculiar pleasure, because it is so nice to be able for once to apply it literally. With its figurative use I ..."

2. Father Payne by Arthur Christopher Benson (1916)
"XXX OF bloodsuckers " I 'M feeling low to-night," said Father Payne in 1 answer to a ... "Female bloodsuckers are worse still. A man, at all events, ..."

3. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"All the Days of the Week — A Convenient Nomenclature — A Diet of Sea Worms — Trade in bloodsuckers — Reminiscences of My Boyhood — A Hideous Delicacy — The ..."

4. Letters to John Bull, Esq: On Affairs Connected with His Landed Property by Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1851)
"Who denounced them as plunderers and robbers, bloodsuckers and vampires? The very men who had first Introduced protection into the legislature. ..."

5. Candlelight by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"They are the best “bloodsuckers of the bloodsuckers” and moreover, they regurgitate the blood already within in a mixture of digestive saliva to facilitate ..."

6. Outlines of sermons on the miracles and parables of the Old Testament, by a by W. Harris (1878)
"THE FLIES (OR bloodsuckers)—Exod. viii. 21-32. I.—It sometimes depends upon the will of man whether God executes His judgments. God here declares that the ..."

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