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- diabolick (obsolete)
First attested between 1350 and 1400 from Middle English diabolik, from Middle French diabolique, from Late Latin diabolicus, from Ancient Greek διαβολικός (diavolikós, “devilish”), from διάβολος (diábolos, “devil”).
- Showing wickedness typical of a devil.
- diabolic magic square
- a cunning and diabolic plot
- Extremely evil or cruel.
- fires lit up a diabolic scene
Showing wickedness typical of a devil
Extremely evil or cruel
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