Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Demoniacal influence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Demoniacal influence or possession.

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  • noun demoniacal influence or possession

Etymologies

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demon +‎ -ry

Examples

  • Or, at the very least, watch them display their demonry on a live futuristic computer box broadcast:

    Jonathan Daniel Harris: A Cause for Comedy: A Cause for Mild Alarm

  • Or, at the very least, watch them display their demonry on a live futuristic computer box broadcast:

    A Cause for Comedy: A Cause for Mild Alarm

  • When it comes to that, I'll also contend that the Noisy Boys, those demonic cat-like humanoids that seem to work for the higher levels of demonry, are also products of Dr. Moreau's experimentation.

    THE RAT BASTID

  • Or, at the very least, watch them display their demonry on a live futuristic computer box broadcast:

    Jonathan Daniel Harris: A Cause for Comedy: A Cause for Mild Alarm

  • As Niebuhr observed, we "need a sense of modesty about the virtue, wisdom and power available to us" and "a sense of contrition about the common human frailties and foibles which lie at the foundation of both the enemy's demonry and our vanities."

    Eliot Spitzer: The Need for Both Passion and Humility in Politics

  • And you feel a kind of demonry, chasing the players, trying to put your skelly-bone hand on them, to spread your taint, your curse.

    Underworld

  • And you feel a kind of demonry, chasing the players, trying to put your skelly-bone hand on them, to spread your taint, your curse.

    Underworld

  • And you feel a kind of demonry, chasing the players, trying to put your skelly-bone hand on them, to spread your taint, your curse.

    Underworld

  • Since the Holocaust and the creation of the state of Israel, fables of Jewish demonry have thankfully - though not entirely - faded from the public conversation.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Since the Holocaust and the creation of the state of Israel, fables of Jewish demonry have thankfully - though not entirely - faded from the public conversation.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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