[ US /ˈdɛvəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɛvə‍l/ ]
  1. (Judeo-Christian and Islamic religions) chief spirit of evil and adversary of God; tempter of mankind; master of Hell
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How To Use Devil In A Sentence

  • When Modin scored from the right circle to make it 3-0, it looked bleak for the Devils, who rallied from one-goal deficits twice before winning Game 2 in overtime. - Tampa Bay creeps closer to New Jersey with 4-3 win
  • The one are fellows called devilish good -- the other, fellows called devilish gentleman like. Godolphin, Complete
  • Gone are the spelling rules that bedeviled many students' days.
  • Man is a god or a devil to his neighbour. 
  • I don't think you're playing devil's advocate (a word every/filmer seems to want use) simply by making entirely senseless comparisons between films like Transformers and There Will Be Blood, and ranting on with points of view that even someone in defense of Transformers would never use. Things I Noticed While Watching 20 Minutes of JJ Abrams’ Star Trek | /Film
  • It is easier to raise the devil than to lay him. 
  • On the promotion campaign across 11 cities, the Dew Adventure Games with daredevil feats by international skate boarders and BMX bike riders drew huge crowds.
  • In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.
  • When asked who was to blame for all the possessed girls she responded, ‘The devil for aught I know.’
  • Caesarian deliveries were occasionally performed in the Middle Ages, but carried with them connotations of the devil, as the child would be not of woman born.
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