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adjective 
  1. Showing wickedness typical of a devil.
magic square
a cunning and plot
  1. Extremely evil or cruel.
fires lit up a scene
Etymology: First attested in w:1399, 1399, from w:Old French, Old French diabolique, from w:Late Latin, Late Latin diabolicus, from w:Greek, Greek diabolikos "devilish", from diabolos (see devil).


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