demoniacal

[ dih-moh-nee-ak, dee-muh-nahy-ak ]SEE DEFINITION OF demoniacal

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Demoniacal possession was a mania in France in the seventeenth century.

In the distance a coyote was making the night hideous with his demoniacal howlings.

They also believe in the existence of a demoniacal hierarchy.

It is now believed that the patient is free from all demoniacal attacks.

Would you also create for yourself and the world a demoniacal enemy?

The completion of my demoniacal design became an insatiable passion.

All other beings—divine and demoniacal—are to be dreaded, not worshipped.

Gods are universally the result of a union of demoniacal and heroic elements.

Opposed to him are hostile, demoniacal beings, who seek his destruction.

True, they represent the gods themselves as demoniacal beings.

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