diabolism

[ dahy-ab-uh-liz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF diabolism

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A wizard was understandable; but this was diabolism beyond sanity.

Here were signs of grace on one side, and diabolism on the other.

It is merely the diabolism of instinct that prompts the young to believe that the race is all.

Diabolism seemed to be a cheerful, even a wholesome, influence in his life.

It has troubled me, said Herring, but helped me, to hear that Frye was a channel for that diabolism.

As a result of the night's diabolism ten dead bodies were brought on deck in the morning.

Under any theocratic government law and punishment would become the types of diabolism.

It was by a true experience that the ancients so generally took nocturnal animals to be types of diabolism.

But train-wrecking must always be the result of the purest malice,—of diabolism unalloyed.

Strange that a devil has to break down a door like a common man; but after all, his strength itself is a diabolism.'

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