noun, plural in·cu·bi [in-kyuh-bahy, ing-], /ˈɪn kyəˌbaɪ, ˈɪŋ-/, in·cu·bus·es.
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Origin of incubus
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH incubusincubus , succubus
Example sentences from the Web for incubus
Before saying more of the "incubi," we may bestow a passing glance upon the foundation of the idea of their existence.Ancient Faiths And Modern|Thomas Inman
But the orthodox regarded the Cabalists as magicians and their spirits as foul incubi.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland
Historiam Incubi magis ad epilepticos, quam paralyticos affectus referendi, subjungam: Puella xviii.
The Fairies marry not; but there be amongst them Incubi, that have copulation with flesh and bloud.Leviathan|Thomas Hobbes
Hobgoblins seemed to steal through the hall, and leering incubi oppressed his soul with terrible burdens.The House of the Vampire|George Sylvester Viereck