- v. turn into a devil or make devilish
“Compass, and by the question of Lucifer is signified an alleged discovery that Masons diabolise.”
“Satanism not to do so, let us be content to diabolise with Lévi while the false witnesses illustrate the methods of their father.”
“By the nature of his episcopal charge Mgr. Meurin had special facilities for ascertaining how men diabolise; the island of Mauritius has enjoyed many privileges of Infernus.”
“While she promotes her father's anti-immigrant, anti-Europe stance, Miss Le Pen claims to want to "de-diabolise" the party, removing unsavoury oddballs from its fringes and supporting gay rights, abortion and divorce to reach a wider electorate.”
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