succubus

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  • noun

Synonyms for succubus

a female demon believed to have sexual intercourse with sleeping men

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Once again his actions have allowed all footballers to be portrayed as modern-day Caligulas - cruel, lavish-spending, sexual tyrants - but what about this breed of modern-day succubi - female demons who seduce men and bleed them dry?
Combine Musumeci and Ng's sultry seductions and feminine charms with their years of experience and finely honed skills, and you've got the succubi of the online poker world - two women as beautiful as they are dangerous.
A fellow poster - "leapoffaith" - replied: "I believe the scratch marks are caused by succubi or incubi.
Secondo Francese, Eco con i suoi romanzi costituisce un esempio di sottomissione al potere egemonico in quanto i suoi protagonisti soffrono di un complesso edipico che li rende incapaci di ribellarsi ai 'padri' e di conseguenza li rende succubi del potere, giacche alla fine vi si sottomettono cosi da diventarne gli eredi.
11) In any case, whether there is any physical basis for claiming that laudanum made sensory perceptions exquisitely acute, or encouraged synaesthesia, distorted time and space, or called to mind particular imagery, such as reptilian monsters, ticking clocks, ice and fire, and succubi, it certainly is possible to see patterns of such imagery in literary works by known opium users.
Hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg stars as Devin, a slain gangster forced to atone for his misdeeds by ushering his fellow sinners to their infernal "rewards", accompanied by his posse of scantily-clad succubi.
Each one can be read as an exquisite eulogy for those who don't survive the disasters of our time--unless they become vampires or succubi.
The inconsistency of the Renaissance authors in addressing the problem of the shape of angels and demons becomes much greater when the reference is to monsters, witches, incubi, and succubi.
Sinistrari focused on sodomy practiced, according to his opinion, by women too, and on the difference between incubi and succubi.
His bachelor apartment reeked with the fumes of holy tapers, left burning all night to discourage succubi and "ecclesiastical larvae" (presumably the ghosts of defrocked priests).