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satanic

[ suh-tan-ik, sey- ]
/ səˈtæn ɪk, seɪ- /
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adjective
of Satan.
characteristic of or befitting Satan; extremely wicked; devillike; diabolical.
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Sometimes sa·tan·i·cal .

Origin of satanic

From the Medieval Greek word satanikós, dating back to 1660–70. See Satan, -ic

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British Dictionary definitions for satanic

satanic

now rarely satanical

/ (səˈtænɪk) /

adjective
of or relating to Satan
supremely evil or wicked; diabolic

Derived forms of satanic

satanically, adverbsatanicalness, noun
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