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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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Fans of his skewed take on the world will scarf up Silver Screen Fiend like a tub of popcorn at a Saturday matinee.
Car Fiend is a free, fun app for iPhone and Android that lets users share their automotive passion.
The rest, a plodding chain of encounters with the dark creatures Mice and Thorne face before finding the dagger that will help them destroy the Fiend, is completely pointless since, in the last chapter, Grimalkin shows up with--surprise-another way to kill him.
Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has talked of producing a track for them, while Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood joined them on stage to jam on Angel,track seven on their debut album, Diary Of A Soul Fiend.
ONE of Britain's most sickening serial sex fiends - caged after vile attacks on schoolgirls - is demanding a more comfortable bed in his prison cell.
SEX fiend Peter Tobin has been a menace to women for years.
He then decides to leave Pammy stranded to fiend herself, as he marries another woman.
And just to prove there's no justice, that other well-known BBC coke and hooker fiend, Angus Deayton, is set to bounce back with a documentary on David Beckham's move to Madrid.
All the cliches of the form are on display in "Plague in the Heartland," worn down every bit as smooth as the teeth of a longtime meth fiend.
LAST APRIL, CATHERINE MILLET, a respected member of the French intelligentsia, editor in chief of Art Press for more than twenty years and author of several books on contemporary art, suddenly became famous--as a sex fiend, a habitue of orgies, the blow job queen of underground Paris; in short, a tireless servant of sexual liberation.
The Record-Herald marveled at the "free masonry of drug users" which protected the trade: "a stranger who tried to buy cocaine from them would have his trouble for his pains, but the regular cocaine fiend has no trouble.
Fiend behind the fiend behind the fiend behind the / Fiend" (George Barker, "Sacred Elegy V").
So Scram works like a fiend to get his steps just right.
McCay also inspired later moviemakers with his animated films, including Little Nemo (1911); Gertie the Dinosaur (1914); Jersey Skeeters, (1916); The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918), probably the first feature-length animated film; and The Dream of a Rarebit Fiend (1921).
Gold fever and bandits destroyed the Fiend family, but through their cunning the treasure was hidden and remained that way for almost 200 years.