from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A principal fiend.
- n. The Devil; Satan. Used with the.
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- n. Satan
- n. a diabolically evil person
Who can forget the stories about the war atrocities committed by archfiend George Bush and the heteronormative establishment upon our most vulnerable citizens: illegal immigrants, criminals, the unemployable, and the emotionally ill.
The decimation of Aryan Germany at the hands of the world's archfiend, America, had flashed before him in this room so often that at times he was sure he was losing his mind.
That's because I came to consider the real archfiend in religion to be the man-made organizing of it and all which that entails, leaves out, and limits.
Of course, Ms. Blanchett, the archfiend with the bad accent, who miraculously survived the nuclear blast in Nevada (which is now referred to as New Mexico), wants Indy to translate for the Soviets, so she can discover the power of spiritual energy and control the universe.
This is the work of the Joker, an archfiend who suffers from rabies of the soul — and cherry-picks his victims at will from the populace of Gotham.
In this very, very well written book, Ellis details the remarkable political turn-arounds of Madison and Jefferson as they inexorably created two-party politics in the new nation in response to the banker "take-over" of the Federalists led by their onetime Constitution favoring ally but now the archfiend Alexander Hamilton.
If Soros is correct when he says a â€œsupremacist ideologyâ€ guides the White House, what would you call the practices of the archfiend of Free Enterprise?
Someone suggested Shih is actually working for the DPP, now he is archfiend Lee Teng-hui's tool.
La Coquette: Your archfiend can never say you didn't warn him
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