demoniac[ dih-moh-nee-ak, dee-muh-nahy-ak ]SEE DEFINITION OF demoniac
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It was with the greatest difficulty that I was delivered from the clutches of this demoniac.
Martha Brossier, daughter of a weaver at Romorantin, was shown as a demoniac, in 1578.
But the path of these demoniac men was marked by the ravages of fiends.
It looked a demoniac place, a smoke-wreathed platform in some Inferno circle.
A great, black, cylindrical shell came with a demoniac shriek.
Finally, in folk-lore the snail is an uncanny or demoniac being, because it has horns.
The charge that He was a demoniac was but a repetition of earlier slanders.
But the arrival of the dark rider brought the demoniac singing to an end.
Above the demoniac hiss of the assassin's bullet he heard the voice of God.
Again the hideous clamor of demoniac war was heard, as the noise of their rude drums and savage yells fell upon the ear.
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