demonic

[ dih-mon-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF demonic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMONIC

It burns at certain times and places with a fierce and demonic glow.

But what did it matter, after all, whether he were demonic or not, and whether she loved him or hated him?

The extreme point of demonic power has always been held by the Serpent.

We are tumultuous Mirabeau, with his demonic but generous soul.

To all races there has been something devilish, or at least demonic, in the action of leaven.

It crouched motionless and blind in the mud and from its pulsing expanded throat vibrated the demonic croaking.

In general, the demonic name-giving follows the theistic, but lags behind it.

Some gods, such as the Hebrew Satan and certain Greek deities, have been degraded to the demonic class.

This is perhaps the most formidable survival of demonic superstition now existing in the world.

In Moslem countries, however, ‘Sheitan’ combines the demonic and the malignant voracities.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEMONIC

undead

adjectiveno longer alive but animated by a supernatural force
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