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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

An evil spirit believed to lie upon persons in their sleep and especially to have sexual intercourse with women by night. (plural)

Usage examples (31)
  • When they were male, they were called incubi; and when female, succubi.
  • Thus is the existence of incubi and succubi demonstrated.
  • An idea may be formed of incubi by the explanation of the great
  • Monsters, incubi and superhero suits in the rural badlands of Montana! for more
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