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bloodsucker

Microbiology
Any haematophagous organisms, classically the medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) and related species.
 
Psychology
A popular term for a person who
(1) sucks the emotional life out of others;
(2) uses others.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Strain" Season 3, episode 4 showed Zack being attacked by a bloodsucker after The Master's body was destroyed.
When a host of bloodsuckers arrives in town, they are unimpressed that Edward is involved with a human, and Bella's life is placed in serious jeopardy.
Stoker was also a Dub, and if he came back to his native city today he would be stunned by the number of real bloodsuckers out there.
This is because he has denounced white people as 'devils', described Hitler as a great man and branded Jews as bloodsuckers.
Out of almost 1,000 species of bats, only three are considered bloodsuckers, or vampire bats.
Gingerly, he places the bloodsuckers one by one on her back, where the hungry creatures, enticed by the sugar, extract more than a liter of blood.
Determined to eradicate this grave threat to mankind's survival, the humans wage all-out war against the bloodsuckers and the werewolves.
Designed for the 3D format, Priest doesn't propagate romantic visions of the immortal bloodsuckers a la Twilight.
DAYBREAKERS Ethan Hawke, Sam Neil and Willem Dafoe star in a vampire romp set in a future where unspecified viruses have turned almost all of the population into bloodsuckers.
As the moon rises, members of the Night Watch begin their surveillance of the bloodsuckers and shape-shifting creatures, who commit unspeakable crimes in the dark.