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Demon

ˈdiː.mən

Meanings of Demon:

noun

An evil spirit or devil, especially one thought to possess a person or act as a tormentor in hell.

Usage examples:

He was possessed by an evil demon

Meanings of Demoness:

noun

A female demon; (in extended use) a cruel or wicked woman.

Meanings of Demonesses:

noun

A female demon; (in extended use) a cruel or wicked woman.

Demonetisation

ˌdiːˈmɒnətaɪz

Meanings of Demonetisation:

noun

The withdrawal of a coin, note, or precious metal from use as legal tender.

Usage examples:

The demonetization of the local currency will be completed by june
verb

To officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency

Usage examples:

In 2002 the currencies of twelve european countries were demonetized and replaced with the euro., t…

Meanings of Demonetise:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demonetised

ˌdiːˈmɒnətaɪz

Meanings of Demonetised:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demonetising

diːˈmʌnɪtʌɪz

Meanings of Demonetising:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demonetization

ˌdiːˈmɒnətaɪz

Meanings of Demonetization:

noun

The withdrawal of a coin, note, or precious metal from use as legal tender.

Usage examples:

The demonetization of the local currency will be completed by june
verb

To officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency

Usage examples:

In 2002 the currencies of twelve european countries were demonetized and replaced with the euro., t…

Demonetize

ˌdiːˈmɒnətaɪz

Meanings of Demonetize:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Meanings of Demonetized:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demonetizes

ˌdiːˈmɒnətaɪz

Meanings of Demonetizes:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demonetizing

diːˈmʌnɪtʌɪz

Meanings of Demonetizing:

verb

Deprive (a coin, note, or precious metal) of its status as money.

Usage examples:

Coins minted with the name and portrait of emperor caligula were demonetized after his death

Demoniac

dɪˈməʊnɪak

Meanings of Demoniac:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of a demon or demons.

Usage examples:

A goddess with both divine and demoniac qualities
noun

A person supposedly possessed by an evil spirit.

Usage examples:

So with the assistance of his possessed, his demoniacs, or his convulsionaries, he procured testimo…

Meanings of Demoniacal:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of a demon or evil spirit.

Usage examples:

Towards midnight a demoniacal shriek was heard

Meanings of Demoniacally:

adverb

In a wild and evil way, like a devil (= evil spirit)

Usage examples:

She laughed demoniacally., the patient acted as if demoniacally possessed.

Demoniacs

dɪˈməʊnɪak

Meanings of Demoniacs:

noun

A person supposedly possessed by an evil spirit.

Usage examples:

So with the assistance of his possessed, his demoniacs, or his convulsionaries, he procured testimo…
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of a demon or demons.

Usage examples:

A goddess with both divine and demoniac qualities

Meanings of Demonian:

adjective

Of or relating to a demon or demons; of the nature of a demon; demonic.

Meanings of Demonianism:

noun

The fact or condition of being (supposedly) possessed by a demon.

Meanings of Demoniast:

noun

A person who worships or believes in demons; = demonist .

Demonic

dɪˈmɒn.ɪk

Meanings of Demonic:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of demons or evil spirits.

Usage examples:

Demonic possession

Meanings of Demonical:

adjective

Of or relating to a demon or demons; of the nature of or characteristic of a demon; demonic.

Demonically

dɪˈmɒn.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Demonically:

adverb

In a wild and evil way, like a devil (= evil spirit)

Usage examples:

Young glared demonically at the audience., she was imprisoned by her family, but was demonically po…

Meanings of Demonifuge:

noun

A substance or medicine used to exorcize a demon; (also more generally) anything thought to give protection against evil spirits.

Demonise

ˈdiː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Demonise:

verb

Portray as wicked and threatening.

Usage examples:

He was demonized by the press

Demonised

ˈdiː.mə.naɪz

Meanings of Demonised:

verb

Portray as wicked and threatening.

Usage examples:

He was demonized by the press

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