Examples of demonic in a Sentence
the villain in the movie cackled with demonic laughter
Recent Examples of demonic from the Web
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The demonic hero Hellboy might be getting a reboot.
Ghost, a Swedish band also known as Ghost B.C. in the U.S., has a kind of anti-pope figure fronting the band and a gang of masked ghouls in demonic ecclesiastical robes backing him.
Rather than starting the tradition out of a desire to simply look similar, the entire bridal party (including the bride herself) dressed alike to confuse anyone who may attempt to steal the bride — be it a mortal suitor or a demonic spirit.
Bethesda created an entire miniature Bethesdaland theme park for its press conference attendees, complete with demonic balloon figures and a Ferris wheel.
Everything is fair game in her story-telling cache, from awkward hookups to a demonic cat.
The premiere of the Japanese anime adventure about Ciel and his demonic butler.
Letterer Taylor Esposito also does a great job in conveying the pain and urgency of childbirth (demonic or otherwise).
Behind him on the wall, a goat with a long beard was painted cleverly so that its horns meshed seamlessly with the building's toilet pipes, suggesting a demonic steampunk demigod.
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First Known Use of demonic
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Definition of demonic for English Language Learners
: caused or done by a demon : of, relating to, or like a demon
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