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satanic
American English: /səˈtænɪk/
, /seɪˈtænɪk/
British English: /səˈtanɪk/

Translation of satanic in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Yet as belief in satanic influence on suicides declined, so too did faith in the notions of punishing corpses and confiscating property.
    • It is as though, having assumed the air of some merciful spirit on earth, they were in reality mere satanic emissaries in disguise.
    • The Paschal imagery of Christ as the Lamb of God encouraged the wolf's satanic associations.

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