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  • r  in a very agitated manner; as if possessed by an evil spirit

  • He places Stalin in the succession of grandiose tyrants who either demoniacally (Ivan the Terrible) or pragmatically (Catherine the Great) have ruled Russia with the knout.
  • Mortimer like Fuseli wildly, demoniacally, lit up, the eyes, accentuated them in shade, filled them with the gleam of interior flame and power.
  • What the novel shares with The Lost Weekend, a famed and far better book of 16 years ago, is the gift for making the nightmarish thirst and terror of an alcoholic demoniacally .

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