Definition of Diabolists

1. diabolist [n] - See also: diabolist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diabolists

diabolical
diabolicalities
diabolicality
diabolically
diabolicalness
diabolick
diabolified
diabolifies
diabolify
diabolifying
diabolise
diabolism
diabolisms
diabolist
diabolistic
diabolists (current term)
diabolize
diabolized
diabolizes
diabolizing
diabolo
diabologue
diabologues
diabolos
diabulimia
diacatholicon
diacatholicons
diacaustic
diacaustics
diacele

Literary usage of Diabolists

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1. French Prophets of Yesterday: A Study of Religious Thought Under the Second by Albert Léon Guérard (1913)
"... had systematically interchanged the vocabularies of spiritual and earthly love. The fondness of the diabolists for physiological details of a. ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"As innocent pleasures cease to be forbidden the Devil's kingdom wanes. This the French diabolists strive to buttress up. ..."

3. The French Revolution and the English Novel by Allene Gregory (1915)
"3 Most detestable of all diabolists are the Nothin- gers. These are the people whose pride it is ..."

4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1895)
"... the otherwise perplexing phenomena of mysticism, symbolism, ego-mania (including the vagaries of diabolists, Decadents, and' ^Esthetes, Ibsenism, etc. ..."

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