fiend fiend  /ˈfind/


  1. (n) a cruel wicked and inhuman person
  2. (n) an evil supernatural being
  3. (n) a person motivated by irrational enthusiasm (as for a cause)



  1. If you're a fiend for the latest gadget, by all means, get one of these.
  2. He practiced like a fiend, focusing on the keys the way other children his age focused on a scoop of ice cream.
  3. A dope fiend named Tip knocks over the dealer in the Mercedes.


  1. Madonna and Lourdes Tap Rita Ora for Material Girl, Rick Owens Teams Up with Adidas, and More!

    (Instagram/ritaora) It's official — after weeks of speculation, Rita Ora confirmed via Instagram that she'll replace Georgia May Jagger as the face of Madonna and Lourdes Leon's juniors line, Material Girl. [Styleite] Rick Owens is teaming up with Adidas on a sneaker collection because he hates cardio so much . The designer explained: “I work out like a fiend but I hate, hate, hate cardio. I ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: StyleBistro

  2. Turk Says He Never Called Lil Wayne A Dope Fiend

    Hot Boy rapper Turk isn't trying to bite the hand that once fed him. The former Cash Money artist says that previous reports that he basically called Lil Wayne a dope fiend were the result of his words being taken out of context.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Hip-Hop Wired

  3. Three Of Liberace’s Young Lovers Died From AIDS, Former Lover Claims

    Liberace was a careless sex fiend who knowingly infected his young lovers with AIDS and his live-in love of five years, Scott Thorson , claims that at least three of… READ ON
    on June 12, 2013     Source:


  1. Tonioli told the BBC sportscaster: "You went for it like a sex starved fiend. You made a meal of her."
    on Dec 12, 2009 By: Bruno Tonioli Source: AFP

  2. And Kennedy Jr. said his father even wrote a message about the song's unsavoury Canadian genesis on the back of the sheet music: "The word 'Cokey' means a dope-fiend."
    on Jan 21, 2009 By: Jimmy Kennedy Source: Vancouver Sun

  3. "Mike'sa golf fiend and the culprit who encouraged me to rediscover the game after 32 years and keep a journal that formed the basis for my book, 'The Downhill Lie,'" Hiaasen said. "We thought Florida was a great backdropto superimpose seedy...
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: Carl Hiaasen Source: Variety

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