cacodemon

noun caco·de·mon \ ˌka-kə-ˈdē-mən \

Definition of cacodemon

: demon

cacodemonic

play \-di-ˈmä-nik\ adjective

Examples of cacodemon in a Sentence

  1. he'd often wrestle with his conscience, but inevitably the cacodemons would win

Origin and Etymology of cacodemon

Greek kakodaimōn, from kak- cac- + daimōn spirit



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