vampire

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Singular
vampire

Plural
vampires

A drawing of a vampire
  1. A mythical person who is dead but acts alive and drinks blood.
  2. A person who has a disease called vampirism. People who have this disease are sensitive to light, have a desire for blood, and can see well at night.
  3. A person who seems to take your energy; that is, they make you tired.
  4. Someone or something that drains (takes away) something.

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