Origin of Satanism
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Related Wordsgenius, wizard, witch, virtuoso, charmer, seer, enchanter, enchantress, siren, conjurer, soothsayer, sorcerer, warlock, medium, shaman, diviner, trickster, prophet, voodoo, genie
Examples from the Web for satanist
Maxwell, an alleged Satanist, was arrested while standing over a homeless man, clutching a 10-inch dagger.Serial Killer Targets Homeless Men in Orange County
January 5, 2012
The Satanist would not be complete if he were not an abominable hypocrite.L-bas
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After his death, it is said to have unmasked altogether, and Adriano Lemmi himself is depicted as an avowed Satanist.
The naïve mind of the doctor regarded the name as significant in view of his mission; Sata was assuredly a Satanist.
- the worship of Satan
- a form of such worship which includes blasphemous or obscene parodies of Christian prayers, etc
- a satanic disposition or satanic practices
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Word Origin and History for satanist
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