- 1An evil spirit or demon.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The evil that was spawned from Cain became spirits, monsters, fiends, goblins and giants, forging the blood feud between mankind and monster.
- And with that, she stood up, and walked out into the forest, prepared to battle the evil fairy fiends.
- Translation: prison guards = evil fiends from Hell that take pleasure in the suffering of others.
- 1.1 (the fiend) • archaic The Devil.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The Fiend has gone forth by night, and startled thousands in fear and wonder.
- The summoner refuses, and the fiend drags the summoner off to hell, where all summoners have very special places.
- 1.2A very wicked or cruel person: Britain’s most notorious sex fiendMás ejemplos en oraciones
- And don't panic, racist fiends: For now, your chances of getting to marry a white person are still well over 50 percent!
- When it looks as though all the music, the art, the architecture, the literature - the whole of human civilization - means nothing to the fiends who run the world?
- How about ‘Columbine,’ the story of how two young teens in love are one day forced to battle evil black coated fiends with only their wits and paper clips.
- 2 • informal An enthusiast or devotee of a particular thing: a football fiendMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Two distant older brothers were in Japanese government service but she considered herself an American ‘jazz fiend.’
- I have to applaud Chris for his miraculous, classy turn-around from drug-riddled dope fiend to responsible father and Broadway star.
- All the clichés of the form are on display in ‘Plague in the Heartland,’ worn down every bit as smooth as the teeth of a longtime meth fiend.
Old English fēond 'an enemy, the devil, a demon', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch vijand and German Feind 'enemy'.