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Word "DRACULA" Definitions:

Part of Speech:
comprises tropical American species usually placed in genus Masdevallia: diminutive plants having bizarre and often sinister-looking flowers with pendulous scapes and motile lips
genus dracula

Part of Speech:
fictional vampire in a gothic horror novel by Bram Stoker

Crossword Clues for DRACULA

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Bram Stoker's gothic vampire Irish Times Simplex 05 Apr 2021
Blood count? Thomas Joseph 01 Jan 2021
Literary vampire The Times Concise 21 Sep 2020
Stoker's vampire The Telegraph Quick 29 Jul 2020
[coffin] [bat] [castle] New York Times 09 Feb 2020
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Fictional count The Telegraph Quick 27 Sep 2019
Bram Stoker's vampire The Sun Two Speed 11 Mar 2019
Vampire The Telegraph Quick 28 Dec 2018
Count with fangs New York Times 06 Mar 2017
Count with a cape Newsday 17 Nov 2016
Bram Stoker's batman The Telegraph Quick 02 Nov 2015
Stoker's gothic vampire Irish Times Simplex 28 Oct 2015
Fictional Carpathian Mountains resident LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2015
Count a hundred after doctor starts to use Latin again The Telegraph Toughie 17 Jun 2015
Bram Stoker creation The Telegraph Quick 12 May 2015
Famous vampire The Times Concise 18 Mar 2015
Filmdom's most-portrayed literary character Newsday 06 Feb 2015
One trying to grab a bite at the theater? New York Times 05 Jan 2015
Stoker's creation
Creepy count?
Biting Count
Universal Studios role of 1931
Bram Stoker's count
Speaker of the line "Listen to them - the children of the night"
Stoker's pain in the neck
Character in 200+ films since 1900
Bat man?
He sucks a lot
1979 horror movie featuring Laurence Olivier
Fanged villain
1931 Bela Lugosi film
Van Helsing's nemesis
Count with a severe overbite
Bram Stoker novel
Risky person to neck with
Big pain in the neck?
Frequently filmed villain
Lily Munster's maiden name
Corpuscle consumer
Storied vampire
Much-filmed villain
Shocker released on Valentine's Day, 1931
Stoker pain-in-the-neck
Pain-in-the-neck producer
1 + 76
Count on Broadway
Dread Count
Bela Lugosi role.
Bram Stoker's weirdie.
Early "horror" film.
Fictional member of the vampire set.
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