demoniacal

[ UK /diːmˈə‍ʊnɪˌækə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of, pertaining to, or like a demon or possession by a demon
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How To Use demoniacal In A Sentence

  • A plausible reason cited for this name is that the Arabian for evil spirit is _Al ghole_, and the effects of the mysterious liquid upon men suggested demoniacal possession. Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why What Medical Writers Say
  • Demoniacally arthropodan be a coastward that gets inaudible and we go from paraleipsis topping backstop to scandinavian butty. Rational Review
  • I had created, "a" demoniacal corpse, "" no mummy again endued with animation could be so hideous, "" a thing such as even Dante could not have conceived. 'Mummy, possest': Sadism and Sensibility in Shelley's _Frankenstein_
  • The noise that instantly ensued in the town was something pandemoniacal. The Lighthouse
  • We had returned nearly to the hotel in this undignified manner, the throng of persecutors gathering strength as we entered the streets, till we were completely surrounded -- those in front walking backwards, and stopping every now and then suddenly, that we might be jostled against by those who were thronging behind, all bellowing the pandemoniacal chorus, without words and still less tune. Sea-Gift. A Novel.
  • That he went from wreck to wreck with this bland, nameless jingle on his lips was nothing short of demoniacal. EVERVILLE
  • A sort of solemn hush, in company with the night, caused comparative stillness to brood over the scene, in contrast to the pandemoniacal noise that had previously reigned so fiendishly. Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes
  • When Severin found he could get no more intoxicating beverage, he in his demoniacal rage, conceived the idea of despatching his whole family, and set Twenty-two years a slave, and forty years a freeman--,
  • Demoniacally arthropodan be a coastward that gets inaudible and we go from paraleipsis topping backstop to scandinavian butty. Rational Review
  • When Severin found he could get no more intoxicating beverage, he in his demoniacal rage, conceived the idea of despatching his whole family, and set about his purpose by first snatching the young babe and casting it into the fire! Twenty-Two Years a Slave, and Forty Years a Freeman Embracing a Correspondence of Several Years, While President of Wilberforce Colony, London, Canada West
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