Translation of demonic in Spanish:

demonic

Pronunciation: /dɪˈmɑːnɪk; dɪˈmɒnɪk/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [possession/powers/force] demoníaco
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    • Was there some evil demonic being looking to recruit unsuspecting people for a diabolical plan?
    • It was my first experience of being addressed by a demonic spirit through someone else's lips.
    • I could now distinguish the difference between human evil and demonic evil it seemed.
    More example sentences
    • Six inches away from them was another pair of eyes, a wild, staring, demonic pair of eyes.
    • She remembered being furious with the demonic Keytako, and that's when she blacked out.
    • It was the Grim Reaper, but he was not as wild or demonic as she had once fancied him to be.
    1.2demoniacal

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