diabolism

NOUN
  1. a belief in and reverence for devils (especially Satan)
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How To Use diabolism In A Sentence

  • Where did this hatred of Witchcraft begin and who is responsible for spreading the myths of diabolism, devil-worship, infanticide and crazed orgiastic rites?
  • Effective diabolism shows the existence of Satan, so the corresponding presence of his greater adversary is at least strongly implied.
  • Proctor saw this and feared, for diabolism was a practice unheard of.
  • Kenworthy had never come across diabolism in practice, that idiotic, masochistic and frequently obscene branch of the occult. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
  • Kenworthy had never come across diabolism in practice, that idiotic, masochistic and frequently obscene branch of the occult. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
  • Of these, the most striking is Matthew G. Lewis, whose novel The Monk cast aside Radcliffe's decorum in its sensational depictions of diabolism and incestuous rape.
  • White relied on a diabolism like this to induce a fall in the sunny paradise of Australia.
  • The ultimate Evil in the film turns out to originate from Ghul's excessive zeal, not from some hoaky diabolism.
  • It is an irreverence which comes to what is, for me, its crisis when articles by serious anarchists, Chiaromonte and Goodman, are presented along with the cud of fin-de-siècle diabolism.
  • Their performances invariably involve roughly equal measures of cruelty, obscenity, sacrilege, diabolism, and Norse paganism (thus accomplishing the difficult feat of simultaneously blaspheming both the Christian God and Odin).
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