- of Satan.
- characteristic of or befitting Satan; extremely wicked; devillike; diabolical.
Origin of satanic
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2. evil, devilish, hellish, fiendish, infernal.
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Examples from the Web for satanic
The Satanic Temple wins these fights because they are small fights.
The Satanic Temple won a battle to put a display in the Florida state capitol, but the religious right is fighting a bigger war.
As an alternative religious player, says Greaves, the Satanic Temple provides yet another “counterbalance.”
So practically speaking, the Satanic Temple is less a religion than a small band of guerilla activists.
I carry a warm Satanic object with me everywhere and pay $120 a month to let it steal my life.Goodbye to Twitter Part Two: Lessons Learned
July 9, 2013
The Satanic energy of this outburst proclaims its author, Marlowe.The Man Shakespeare
The earliest mention we have of Satanic influence is at the fall.
Let us realize with holy satisfaction the destruction of Satanic power.
His Satanic Majesty was defeated, and, dropping his front door, fled.England, Picturesque and Descriptive
In a cross-road, at some distance from the Satanic hill, the animal which I rode cast a shoe.Lavengro
now rarely satanical
- of or relating to Satan
- supremely evil or wicked; diabolic
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Word Origin and History for satanic
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