werewolfdom

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From werewolf +‎ -dom.

Noun[edit]

werewolfdom (uncountable)

  1. The world of werewolves.
  2. The state of being a werewolf; werewolfism; lycanthropy.
    • 1986, David Hogan, Dark Romance: Sexuality in the Horror Film - Page 43:
      Werewolf of London (1935) was one of the earliest Hollywood films about werewolfdom; as such, it is ponderous and self-important.
    • 2001, Lindo J. Holland-Toll, As American As Mom, Baseball, and Apple Pie:
      Werewolfdom is caused by a virus, somewhat like rabies, which liberates an atavistic part of the brain that human beings have lost.
    • 2011, Molly Harper, How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf:
      Stories about running with Samson in their early days of werewolfdom, most of which ended with Samson waking up naked on the front porch of a ranger station.