Examples of demonic in a Sentence
the villain in the movie cackled with demonic laughter
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This year's agenda includes the rising practice of witchcraft in Africa, cults in Latin America and learning how to tell the difference between psychological illness and demonic possession.
In it—a fantastical, 15-minute set piece within the film—a young woman is offered a pair of ruby-red pointe shoes by a demonic shoemaker.
Catholic Church officials says the numbers of demonic possessions are on the rise, as are the requests for exorcisms.
These leftovers are significantly less demonic than Groot Bear, though both still feature eyes that reveal the souls of their respective superheroes trapped within.
In Barron’s words, demonic possession is delicate theological territory to walk on.
Featuring Andrew Garfield as the work’s afflicted but indomitable gay hero, Prior Walter, and Nathan Lane as a demonic Roy Cohn, the show marks the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Broadway premiere.
Survivors end up returning to Mexico to investigate the origins of the curse in order to find a way to disrupt it, or to free themselves from its grip, leading to a finale of truths, dares and demonic detours.
Then there’s Cthulhu, who started as a monster in HP Lovecraft's fiction and became a quasi-ironic demonic cult leader who contacts (and brainwashes) followers in their dreams.
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Origin and Etymology 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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