OTHER WORDS FROM stokerstok·er·less, adjective
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But early vampire myths were a far cry from the sleek, cloaked version Stoker described.Bulgaria’s Vampire Graveyards|Nina Strochlic|October 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig writes about Christianity, ethics, and policy.Meet The Former Call Girl Saving Hookers For Jesus|Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig|July 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A more macabre inspiration surfaced in 1890 when an obscure author called Bram Stoker stayed at the seaside resort of Whitby.
My hope with Stoker was that the audience would invest in the characters.
You submitted the first draft of Stoker under a pseudonym, Ted Foulke.
"Forget it," said the lad, brushing past the soot-begrimed stoker and hurrying in to his bath.
The boys had arranged that when the back of either was turned to the stoker the other should keep his eyes open.
"Thank'ee, Miss Eustacia," said the tired stoker, breathing more easily.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy
At that moment Percival would willingly have exchanged places with the grimiest stoker in the hold.The Honorable Percival|Alice Hegan Rice
The seaman who frequents Ratcliff Highway outwardly resembles the stoker of a railway train, attired in his second best suit.