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Definition of Diabolicalness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Diabolicalness
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1. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"diabolicalness, (di-a-bol'-e-kal-ness) ni The quality of a devil. DIABOLISM, (di-ab'-c-li.zm) n.«. The actions of the devii ; possession by the devil. ..."
2. The Baptist Quarterly by Baptist Historical Society (1874)
"Idiocy and diabolicalness are not often found in the same being; but in this thing, infidelity shows itself to be both idiotic and satanic. ..."
3. Biographical Memoirs of the Late Rev. Joseph Warton: To which are Added, A by Joseph Warton, John Wooll (1806)
"I wonder he did not change his face as well as the rest of his body, but that still retains its primitive diabolicalness. He is called Belial in Hell, ..."
4. Light and Shade in War by Malcolm Ross, Noël Ross (1916)
"The matter is all thought out beforehand to the minutest detail— the calm and deliberate diabolicalness of it is simply amazing. ..."