diabolic

[ dahy-uh-bol-ik or dahy-uh-bol-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF diabolic

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What diabolic jugglery was at work when the exchange was made?

Everybody watched with wonder this play, as of some large and diabolic toy.

The table seemed to wake to diabolic energy under her palms.

Understand, I do not say that it was not spiritual or diabolic.

He had charmed her from her home by the exercise of diabolic arts.

No, it is a country the most diabolic this side of the ocean.

It was as if this were the final, consummate stroke of the diabolic master.

And their diabolic husbands never noticed that they had been stolen.

Diabolic lore la Jules Dubois and other modern magi is profuse.

Daniel felt that underneath the whole affair there was some diabolic intrigue.

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