lycanthropy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n (folklore) the magical ability of a person to assume the characteristics of a wolf
- Organized lycanthropy had become an instrument of the disintegrating Nazi State.
- The sudden appearance of unsightly body hair aside, there are, it turns out, certain advantages to lycanthropy, especially in its early stages.
- Taken in small doses, the juice of the mariphasa will arrest lycanthropy temporarily.
News & Articles
- MTV Gets Social With Teen Wolf Memorial Site
Back in the day, Scott Howard was an undersized point guard with a bad outside hook shot and a self-professed egg allergy. For reasons that are never fully explained in the 1985 film, Teen Wolf, the 5’ 3” Everyman ( Michael J. Fox ) is transformed into a basketball prodigy when his familial lycanthropy kicks in, presumably at the onset of puberty. (This makes no sense. Air Bud aside, dogs suck ...
March 18, 2014 - Mediaweek