[ UK /sɐtˈænɪk/ ]
[ US /səˈtænɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. extremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell
    satanic cruelty
    diabolical sorcerers under the influence of devils
    a fiendish despot
    infernal instruments of war
    fires lit up a diabolic scene
    hellish torture
    something demonic in him--something that could be cruel
    unholy grimaces
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How To Use satanic In A Sentence

  • She told me about the lecture and all the satanic messages in rock music. Christianity Today
  • He has often been characterised as a madman or Satanic genius.
  • These are not satanic monsters, but tragic, pitiful figures.
  • The artist, legendary for his portraits of Salford's satanic mills and matchstick figures, had a secret hideaway that was very close to his heart.
  • Ferd don't forget the ones who listen to songs backward looking for satanic messages. Critics: 'Avatar' is anti-military & anti-religion
  • Many refer to the Devil, or rely on descriptions of satanic cults as symbols of evil and death.
  • It would be a mistake to dismiss the Satanic panic as a freakish aberrance, however.
  • The girl I was talking about was initiated into a satanic cult - they use all sorts of methods to hold you in and that's why it's so difficult to have a successful exorcism.
  • The Paschal imagery of Christ as the Lamb of God encouraged the wolf's satanic associations.
  • Also linked to 1980s satanic abuse claims. The Sun
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