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Synonyms for diabolically

as a devil

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The house is replete with sliding panels, secret passageways and a German maid (who apparently "isn't quite herself today") -- all of which figure diabolically in the comic mayhem that follows when the infamous "Slasher" makes a reappearance and strikes again -- and again.
These attacks need to be contained instead of their being seen to be diabolically abetted by influential Northern citizens.
JIGSAW (18) PREVIEW RELEASED in 2004, the original instalment of Saw terrified cinema audiences with its diabolically simple plot and twist ending, which introduced the world to a deranged killer called Jigsaw, aka John Kramer (Tobin Bell).
PREVIEW JIGSAW (18) RELEASED in 2004, the original instalment of Saw terrified cinema audiences with its diabolically simple plot and twist ending, which introduced the world to a deranged killer called Jigsaw, aka John Kramer (Tobin Bell).
ALSO SHOWING PREVIEW JIGSAW (18) RELEASED in 2004, the original instalment of Saw terrified cinema audiences with its diabolically simple plot and twist ending, which introduced the world to a deranged killer called Jigsaw, aka John Kramer (Tobin Bell).
As an attorney, CFI and an aircraft owner, I would run--not walk--away from Icon's diabolically written sales contract.
If anything, in many cases the group has diabolically used these words to sow dissent and mayhem with no regard to the number of casualties, which include members of its own rank and file.
Or you could, on the other woolly hand (take off the fingerless gloves - Flock Of Seagulls are no longer in the charts) choose to be outraged at this diabolically condescending judgment on your togs of choice.
With its wall-to-wall kinetic mayhem and diabolically rococo production design, "Fury Road" could (and should) hit the Academy's sweet spot with its shotgun marriage of highbrow and lowbrow sensibilities.
And through the 1980s, Tina Barney's darkly witty pictures of her insular upper-class milieu gave a diabolically cheerful endorsement of that tried-and-true claim.
Leni Riefenstahl's diabolically inspired 1935 paean to Hitler and his Nazi gang of usual subjects is brilliantly shot and edited to hold viewers rapt with wave after wave of spectacles.
Bulldozers diabolically seek and destroy water mains.
The kicker law is a diabolically simple mechanism: When state revenues exceed projected amounts by 2 percent or more, the law requires refunds of the entire amount exceeding the forecast.
Yes, they make dangerous stupid mistakes, but they are not aggressive and diabolically arrogant.
The irony is that the State of Israel, which was supposed to Ix; a safe haven for Jews, has now, diabolically, become the reason for scapegoating Jews globally.