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bloodsucker

an animal that sucks blood, esp a leech or mosquito
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This summer, outdoor barbecues and backyard get-togethers once again will be OFF-limits to those pesky bloodsucking insects, thanks to the new OFF
Opponents have criticized the tax as an unfair penalty for success, a blank check for spendthrift politicians, and a bloodsucking leech feeding on wage earners and businesses.
and How to Make an American Quilt, who was last seen romancing Jennifer Love Hewitt on the Fox TV series Time of Your Life, "but not the typical bloodsucking vampire.
First I think vampire, because bloodsucking appeals to me.
As underwater bloodsucking parasites that can kill a shark, they make Dracula look like Noddy.
No slapstick here, just a quirky, entertaining study of bloodsucking desire versus guilt.
Gemma Arterton is the bloodsucking Clara who's been a prostitute for 200-odd years to support her perpetually teenage daughter Eleanor (Saoirse Ronan).
BRAM Stoker's bloodsucking anti-hero is given a family-friendly, computer-animated makeover in Hotel Transylvania.
Her handsome bloodsucking ex Bill Compton (British actor Stephen Moyer) is now the vampire king, her brother Jason (Ryan Kwanten) is a police officer and undead nightclub owner Eric (Alexander Skarsgard) has bought her house with the intention of claiming Sookie as well.
10pm If the Twilight movies and The Vampire Diaries series are too anaemic for your tastes, then try True Blood, one of the best bloodsucking sagas around.
The study found that human attractiveness to the bloodsucking insects is hereditary, and that women have a stronger reaction to the bites than men.
Except bloodsucking Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) decides to leave the small Washington town of Forks for her own safety.