cacodaemoniacal

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From cacodemoniac +‎ -al.

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cacodaemoniacal ‎(comparative more cacodaemoniacal, superlative most cacodaemoniacal)

  1. Demonic; evil.
    • 1921, HP Lovecraft, ‘The Nameless City’:
      I have said that the fury of the rushing blast was infernal — cacodaemoniacal — and that its voices were hideous with the pent-up viciousness of desolate eternities.
    • 1960, Clark Ashton Smith, The Abominations of Yondo:
      I fled as a man flies from dream to baleful dream of some cacodemoniacal night.

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