diabolical

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

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I didn't know there was any one living who could be so cruel, so cold, so diabolical.

That face, now ashy white, was distorted into a diabolical grin.

And let me know your progress with Lovelace, and what he says to this diabolical curse.

The cat looked at him with great round eyes that were diabolical in their fixedness.

It appears that one of these diabolical insects had got into my blankets.

"You have a very beautiful daughter," resumed their diabolical visitant.

His luck had been diabolical, but the stakes were comparatively low.

There was none but realized the diabolical strength of their antagonists.

“That is diabolical,” said Robert, his blood beginning to boil.

He only laughed at me, jeered at my agony with diabolical glee.

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