demon

[ dee-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF demon

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMON

The painter can accumulate ugliness, but I do not remember a demon worth the name.

Truly a demon had possessed him: might not an angel have been by him as he slept?

All that fiendish cruelty and the demon of destruction could do was done.

Diablo was cutting down the lead the other two held over him, galloping like a demon.

With your lying tongue you have changed her into a demon to persecute me!

He dreaded the demon of sleeplessness, which he felt had marked him for its own.

A demon addicted to the reprehensible habit of devouring the dead.

Such an angel of charity to the poor, such a demon of obstinacy with the rich!

To the priest who gave her absolution she said, "I am dying because I listened to and believed the demon."

The demon of oppression had hidden her head ashamed, and fled to her den!

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