demoniacally

[ dih-moh-nee-ak, dee-muh-nahy-ak ]SEE DEFINITION OF demoniacally
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But I have always thought that you have more cause than I to be demoniacally inclined towards him.

All his faith, all his hope now rest solely on the Crucified, whom he had once demoniacally hated.

Robert Cecil, though nowise to be ranked with Howard as demoniacally malevolent, had evinced no disposition to release him.

Therefore he fought tirelessly, savagely, demoniacally, the inroads of the white man into his territory.

Those who had believed her demoniacally possessed were refuted by these pious sayings.

The old man—indeed he seemed an old man now—cringed, and the wrinkles came out in his face till he was demoniacally ugly.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, "possessed, insane," earlier (late 14c.) as a noun, "one who is possessed," from Late Latin daemoniacus (c.200), from Greek daimoniakos "possessed by a demon," from diamon (see demon).

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