from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A very wicked person.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is, as it were, a disciple or adherent of Satan; a very wicked person; also [capitalized], one of the Euchites.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an adherent of Satan or Satanism
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The cops had merely investigated, apologized, and moved on, but the local news stations, in their insane quest for ratings, had milked the "satanist" angle for all it was worth.
Slickwatts100 accused Jay-Z of being a "satanist".
Ramirez, a professed "satanist," was dubbed the "Night Stalker" for his preference of breaking into houses in the wee hours of the morning.
Just some of what he's serving up today: "One completely random note: the 'gooseneck' and '3-3-0' gestures LeBron does have been called satanist gestures.
Meeting cheap whores via Craigslist ups your odds of hooking up with, say, a mentally unstable teenage "satanist" with a coke problem and a MySpace page packed with pictures of him wielding knives and swords.
"satanist" with a coke problem and a MySpace page packed with pictures of him wielding knives and swords.
Kieslowski veteran Jerzy Stuhr also leads Mystification, on the mysterious suicide of a real-life artist, while pop sci-fi Horizontal 8 and satanist drama Black get closer to the Polish cutting edge.
Until the majority of teenage girls turn atheist or satanist, no way will the Religious Right stop their crusade against abortion. sdg Says:
A lot of you are very quick to denounce pork-barrel spending, practically comparing it as some satanist ritual artifact.
It's like Scott Peterson's satanist killed my wife theory.