Vampirise vs Monsterise - What's the difference?
Vampirise is a hyponym of monsterise.
As verbs the difference between vampirise and monsterise
is that vampirise
is while monsterise
is to give (another) very bad reputation; to demonize, vilify.
To give (another) very bad reputation; to demonize, vilify.
* 1851 , The British Friend , Volume 9, page 22
* 1997 , Harry M. Benshoff, Monsters in the closet: homosexuality and the horror film , page 330
- and it would seem, as if to atone for that deficiency in the eyes of " a hero worshipper," that Macaulay had determined to monsterise him into an embodiment of inconsistency, deceit, and simulation.
* 2005 , Outlook , Volume 45, Issues 9-16
- (quite literally monsterise ) queer sexuality, and what the pleasures and costs of such representations might be for both individual spectators and culture at large.
- A similarity that runs deeper than the differences in these two unrelated incidents, these separate times that we have allocated to monsterising and mortifying our teenagers.
* vampirize, vampirise