he'd often wrestle with his conscience, but inevitably the cacodemons would win
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Matthew Gault, Time, 21 Jan. 2020
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borrowed from Late Latin cacodaemōn "calamitous," borrowed from Greek kakodaímōn "possessed by a malevolent spirit, ill-fated, (as noun) malevolent spirit," from kako-caco- + daímōn "personal spirit, bringing luck or ill, that accompanies an individual" — more at demon