demoniacally demoniacally


  • (adv) in a very agitated manner; as if possessed by an evil spirit


  1. Here, the gods are remote, the hero Orestes largely absent, and it is the women who seem demoniacally possessed.
  2. Mortimer like Fuseli wildly, demoniacally, lit up, the eyes, accentuated them in shade, filled them with the gleam of interior flame and power.
  3. Van, demoniacally drunk, scorched around the State in an Apperson Jackrabbit with a siren on it, leaving terror, curses and shaken fists in his wake.
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tacit tacit
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