It was as though the chair and the rug and the clock had become possessed with some demoniacal spirit.
demoniacal possession was a mania in France in the seventeenth century.
Herne's triumphant and demoniacal laugh was heard as he scoured with the swiftness of the wind down the long glade.
They also believe in the existence of a demoniacal hierarchy.
That shape, brushing past him in the darkness—the hollow, demoniacal laugh?
It is now believed that the patient is free from all demoniacal attacks.
Before the altar were two figures; the most unearthly, horrible—indeed, I may say demoniacal—I have ever set eyes on.
Would you also create for yourself and the world a demoniacal enemy?
One witch, on condition of receiving a pardon, agreed to show the demoniacal operations gone through at the "Sabbath" meetings.
The completion of my demoniacal design became an insatiable passion.