vampirish

Vampirist vs Vampirish - What's the difference?

vampirist | vampirish |


As a noun vampirist

is a person with a mental disorder causing a craving for blood and behavior similar to that expected of a vampire.

As an adjective vampirish is

pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.

Vampirish vs Vampirism - What's the difference?

vampirish | vampirism |


As an adjective vampirish

is pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.

As a noun vampirism is

the state of being a vampire, or the practices associated with vampires, in particular blood-drinking and the draining of a victim's life-force.

Vampirish vs Vampirise - What's the difference?

vampirish | vampirise |


As an adjective vampirish

is pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.

As a verb vampirise is

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Parasitic vs Vampirish - What's the difference?

parasitic | vampirish |


As adjectives the difference between parasitic and vampirish

is that parasitic is pertaining to a biological or symbolic parasite while vampirish is pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.

As a noun parasitic

is (computing) component of a circuit that does not show up in a circuit's schematic but does show up in the circuit's behavior.

Photophobic vs Vampirish - What's the difference?

photophobic | vampirish |


As adjectives the difference between photophobic and vampirish

is that photophobic is that thrives at a relatively low light level while vampirish is pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.

Vampire vs Vampirish - What's the difference?

vampire | vampirish |


As a noun vampire

is "vampires".

As an adjective vampirish is

pertaining to a vampire, characteristic of a vampire; photophobic, parasitic etc.