Vampire vs. Demon

Vampire vs. Demon — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Vampire and Demon

Vampirenoun

In popular folklore, an undead being in human form that survives by sucking the blood of living people, especially at night.

Demonnoun

An evil supernatural being; a devil.

Vampirenoun

A person, such as an extortionist, who takes advantage of others, especially for personal gain.

Demonnoun

A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion

the demon of drug addiction.

Vampirenoun

A vampire bat.

Demonnoun

One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent

worked away like a demon.a real demon at math.
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Vampirenoun

A mythological undead creature said to feed on the blood of the living.

Demonnoun

Variant of daimon.

Vampirenoun

(colloquial) A person with the medical condition Systemic lupus erythematosus, colloquially known as vampirism, with effects such as photosensitivity and brownish-red stained teeth.

Demonnoun

An evil supernatural spirit.

Vampirenoun

A blood-sucking bat; vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus)

Demonnoun

An evil spirit resident in or working for Hell; a devil.

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Vampirenoun

A person who drains one's time, energy, money, etc.

Demonnoun

A false god or idol; a Satanic divinity.

Vampireverb

To drain of energy or resources.

Demonnoun

A very wicked or malevolent person; also in weakened sense a mischievous person, especially a child.

Vampirenoun

(folklore) a corpse that rises at night to drink the blood of the living

Demonnoun

A source (especially personified) of great evil or wickedness; a destructive feeling or character flaw.

The demon of stupidity haunts me whenever I open my mouth.

Demonnoun

(in plural) A person's fears or anxieties.

Demonnoun

A neutral supernatural spirit.

Demonnoun

A person's inner spirit or genius; a guiding or creative impulse.

Demonnoun

(Greek mythology) A tutelary deity or spirit intermediate between the major Olympian gods and mankind, especially a deified hero or the entity which supposedly guided Socrates, telling him what not to do.

Demonnoun

A spirit not considered to be inherently evil; a (non-Christian) deity or supernatural being.

Demonnoun

An hypothetical entity with special abilities postulated for the sake of a thought experiment in philosophy or physics.

Demonnoun

Someone with great strength, passion or skill for a particular activity, pursuit etc.; an enthusiast.

He’s a demon at the card tables.

Demonnoun

A form of patience (known as Canfield in the US).

Demonnoun

one of the evil spirits of traditional Jewish and Christian belief

Demonnoun

a cruel wicked and inhuman person

Demonnoun

someone extremely diligent or skillful;

he worked like a demon to finish the job on timeshe's a demon at math