- n. Plural form of fiend.
“Besides being a portion-control hawk, the most successful dieters are label fiends.”
“Trading books with fiends is another, along with this serious problem: stop stop stop phasing out old electronics, preserve them … Videos in libraries as long as they last.”
“And 1000 fiends is the political muscle that keeps you from affording a home. see: Cost of Housing at debunkingportland. com”
“First, the good news for the legions of Playstation 2 fiends is that the Playstation 3 will be compatible with the games of the two previous generations of the console.”
“The internal fight by those of us who warned against and resisted the influx of chi-square fiends is over.”
“In this era of get-rich-quick spoken word fiends, not a damn thing.”
“Signorelli is the only painter of the Renaissance I can recall who has succeeded in giving a savage sternness, a formidable brutishness to his fiends, which is very far from grotesque, but is really appalling.”
“He called the fiends, and I heard them come as a rushing tornado, and surround the house.”
“It was the unknown danger that troubled them, the thought that supernatural powers were arrayed against them, that the English had called the fiends to their aid, which terrified these hardened warriors.”
“Even without the fearful example of those two scalped deserters, I'd never have dared to quit, in a countryside alive apparently with the kind of fiends who had wrought the destruction of the hacienda.”
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