- n. Plural form of demon.
“As soon as Brian heard the word demons hed jumped to the absolute worst conclusion possible.”
“For every stunning and beautiful piece of artwork to grace RoF's cover, there were ten bad ones with Xena the Warrior Princess or some typical D&D woman in a thong battling demons from the underworld.”
“Oh I get you Baddie, and all your readers, else why would these words be on my blog: "The twin demons of guilt and self doubt have plagued me.”
“By accident or design the ‘out of focus’ woman (?) in front of the PC looks like one of the demons from the disturbing ‘music’ video, ‘Come to Daddy’ by Aphex Twin on December 28, 2009 at 11: 58 pm English Pensioner”
“Pearson described a wild night in 1996 that involved casting out demons from the church and two attempts to exorcise demons from her.”
“She handles things mad Russian style prostituin 'demons all the while while givin' you an 1840s smile”
“Heroes are born, heroes die, and demons from the past return with a vengeance.”
“The lure of discovering new demons is more than I can resist on my own.”
““Can you call demons, little one?” she asked, her voice low and almost musical.”
“Now you can watch him cast out demons from the comfort of your couch.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘demons’.
Words in the Bible evoking biblical stories or with special spiritual meaning. Proper names have been reduced to the minimum.
...And all that heavy metal.
Recorded by Martin Carthy.
Now there was an old farmer lived over the hill
And a poor old fellow they say
He was plagued by a scolding wife
The worst misfortune that day<...
Things that are crusty or have crust, where "crust" is a good thing. See that tiny part of features where rolig suggested something and I responded out of left field.
Looking for tweets for demons.