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  • noun

Synonyms for fiend

Synonyms for fiend

a perversely bad, cruel, or wicked person

a person who is ardently devoted to a particular subject or activity

Synonyms for fiend

a cruel wicked and inhuman person

an evil supernatural being

a person motivated by irrational enthusiasm (as for a cause)

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Geekfest is a meet-up for bloggers, gadget fiends, Facebook addicts and tweeps of the UAE.
DISGRACE: Sex fiend John Brady is calling on the NHS to review prison mattresses.
The problem is that when Betsy had defeated their original master and granted the fiends a safe (and supervised) haven, they seem to see her benevolence as tyranny and mean to tear her limb from undead limb.
One night Little Vampire decides to go to school; the other ghosts play along and soon the classrooms are full of ghouls, haunts and fiends.
From the Skate One fiends comes the ultimate in Powell "remember then.
OUR revelations that two of Scotland's most vicious knife fiends are to take the first steps on the road to freedom will set alarm bells ringing for most people.
Three New Animated Series to Join Lineup in 2008, Including Making Fiends, Bubble Guppies and The Umizumiz
Deciding I'd rather network with flesh-eating fiends, I fled from that place as fast as Borat did from the bed-and-breakfast where he discovered to his horror that his kind elderly hosts were, in fact, Jewish.
Even worse, Deborah Schurman Kauflin, who heads the Violent Crimes Institute, which studied illegal aliens and crime, discovered that a disproportionate share of illegal aliens are dangerous sex fiends.
Hordes of game fiends will make their annual pilgrimage to the Electronic Entertainment Expo today at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Defend your reasoning at the gates,/though fiends with frenzied jaws assail/mercilessly against the scent of faith.
A DAD last night thanked The People as he won the next round of his battle for justice against the fiends who raped his baby girl.
Norris and Markow's art and life partnerships began simultaneously after being introduced by mutual fiends in Virginia.
Steinhauer has been a careful student of the writings of Arthur Conan Doyle, and he produces a veritable masterpiece complete with fiends, maniacal scientists, damsels in distress, travel to dangerous places replete with snakes, volcanoes, mosquitos, and nightmarish freaks.
3936, does not actually appropriate the authorized fiends, however.