Related formsly·can·throp·ic [lahy-kuh n-throp-ik] /ˌlaɪ kənˈθrɒp ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for lycanthropy
Lycanthropy became regarded as a species of witchcraft, the werewolf as obtaining his powers from the Devil.
The president of the Court declared that lycanthropy was a form of hallucination and was not in itself a punishable crime.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
Lycanthropy confines itself to the metamorphosis of physical man to animal form only during man's physical lifetime.Werwolves|Elliott O'Donnell
This malady, which is not unknown to physicians, has been termed "Lycanthropy."
Brit., Lycanthropy:Insane delusions must reflect the usages and beliefs of contemporaneous society.