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  • 14192. THE NIGHT (al-Layl) — In the name of God, the Gracious, the Merciful. 1. By the night as it covers. 2. And the day as it reveals. 3. And He who created the male and the female. 4. Your endeavors are indeed diverse. 5. As for him who gives and is righteous. 6. And… …

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  • 142masher — (n.) thing that mashes, c.1500, agent noun from MASH (Cf. mash) (v.). Meaning would be lady killer is from 1875, American English, perhaps in use from 1860, probably from mash (v.) on notion either of pressing one s attentions, or of crushing… …

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  • 143fiend — [fi:nd] noun 1》 an evil spirit or demon.     ↘a very wicked or cruel person. 2》 informal an enthusiast or devotee of a particular thing: a jazz fiend. Derivatives fiendlike adjective Origin OE fēond an enemy, the devil , of Gmc origin …

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  • 144atrocious — a. Infamous, villanous, flagitious, heinous, felonious, flagrant, outrageous, enormous, grievous, nefarious, diabolical, monstrous, infernal, hellish, horrible, black, very wicked, excessively cruel …

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  • 145heinous — a. Flagrant, flagitious, atrocious, infamous, villanous, nefarious, crying, very wicked, enormous, aggravated, excessive, monstrous …

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  • 146Agriogourouno — (Ah ghree oh GHOO roo no) In Macedonia it is believed that Turkish people who have led very wicked lives and have never eaten pork will become agriogourounos ( wild boars ) upon death. As much a were creature as a vampire, this shape shifting… …

    Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

  • 147Gomorrah — /gəˈmɒrə/ (say guh moruh) noun 1. Bible the ancient city near the Dead Sea destroyed (with Sodom) for the wickedness of its inhabitants. 2. any very wicked place. Also, Gomorrha. {see Genesis 18–19} …

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  • 148fiend — ► NOUN 1) an evil spirit or demon. 2) a very wicked or cruel person. 3) informal an enthusiast or devotee: an exercise fiend. ORIGIN Old English, «an enemy, the devil» …

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  • 149diabolic — [dī΄ə bäl′ik] adj. [Fr diabolique < LL(Ec) diabolicus < diabolus: see DEVIL] 1. of the Devil or devils 2. very wicked or cruel; fiendish: Also diabolical diabolically adv …

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  • 150enormity — [ē nôr′mə tē, inôr′mə tē] n. pl. enormities [Fr enormité < L enormitas < enormis, irregular, immoderate, immense < e , out + norma, rule: see NORM] 1. great wickedness [the enormity of a crime] 2. a monstrous or outrageous act; very… …

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  • 151foul — [foul] adj. [ME < OE ful, akin to Ger faul, rotten, lazy < IE base * pū , * pu , to stink (< ? exclamation of disgust) > L putere, to rot, Gr pyon, PUS] 1. so offensive to the senses as to cause disgust; stinking; loathsome [a foul… …

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  • 152nefarious — [nə fer′ē əs] adj. [L nefarius < nefas, crime, sin < ne , not + fas, (divine) law, lawful] very wicked; villainous; iniquitous nefariously adv. nefariousness n …

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  • 153fiend — n. 1 a an evil spirit, a demon. b (prec. by the) the Devil. 2 a a very wicked or cruel person. b a person causing mischief or annoyance. 3 (with a qualifying word) sl. a devotee or addict (a fitness fiend). 4 something difficult or unpleasant.… …

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  • 154de´mon|like´ — de|mon «DEE muhn», noun, adjective. –n. 1. an evil spirit; devil; fiend: »In his dream the boy was chased by seven green demons. ... haunted by woman wailing for her demon lover! (Samuel Taylor Coleridge). 2. a) a very wicked or cruel person:… …

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  • 155de|mon — «DEE muhn», noun, adjective. –n. 1. an evil spirit; devil; fiend: »In his dream the boy was chased by seven green demons. ... haunted by woman wailing for her demon lover! (Samuel Taylor Coleridge). 2. a) a very wicked or cruel person: »The hero… …

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  • 156fe|lo´ni|ous|ness — fe|lo|ni|ous «fuh LOH nee uhs», adjective. 1. of or involving a felony; criminal: »to break into a house with felonious intent. A felonious homicide may be either murder or manslaughter. 2. very wicked; villainous: »A bloody murderer, or foul… …

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  • 157fe|lo´ni|ous|ly — fe|lo|ni|ous «fuh LOH nee uhs», adjective. 1. of or involving a felony; criminal: »to break into a house with felonious intent. A felonious homicide may be either murder or manslaughter. 2. very wicked; villainous: »A bloody murderer, or foul… …

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  • 158fe|lo|ni|ous — «fuh LOH nee uhs», adjective. 1. of or involving a felony; criminal: »to break into a house with felonious intent. A felonious homicide may be either murder or manslaughter. 2. very wicked; villainous: »A bloody murderer, or foul felonious thief… …

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  • 159hei´nous|ness — hei|nous «HAY nuhs», adjective. very wicked; extremely offensive; hateful: »The gangster was punished for his heinous crimes by a long prison sentence. SYNONYM(S): odious, infamous, atrocious. ╂[< Old French haïnos (with English ous) <… …

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  • 160hei´nous|ly — hei|nous «HAY nuhs», adjective. very wicked; extremely offensive; hateful: »The gangster was punished for his heinous crimes by a long prison sentence. SYNONYM(S): odious, infamous, atrocious. ╂[< Old French haïnos (with English ous) <… …

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