from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Diable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Sometimes used to refer to the devil.
- adj. Diable, flavoured with hot spices.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The Cuban name of the bat-fish, Og, cocephalus vespertilio. See cut under bat-fish.
A diablo is nothing but a jumper wire installed behind the meter so about half the electricity used by-passes the meter and is stolen.
Taty managed to style his way through the heat with a huge shaka diablo and an awesome culo.
From Spanish words in the text, such as diablo, it is also likely that it was taken down by a Spanish missionary or a literate Aztec convert from an oral performance only a few decades after the Conquest of Mexico in 1521.
I have never had a dish prepared "diablo" style that was in the least bit interesting or complex but I'm open to new ideas.
We started with an unusual sounding hamachi sashimi with avocado and cantaloupe good, but even better with the addition of a touch of salt, making me wonder why I don't carry a container of my favorite Maldon sea salt with me for emergencies and the bay scallop "diablo," a voluptuously creamy gratin that the chef apparently learned in New Orleans.
I had not seen the "diablo," or at least I don't remember having seen any woman or man who looked like him.
Mijares argued that the devil, or "diablo," was a "living person" so that name should also be prohibited.
Family games I purchased the game "diablo" a few days before, but when I got the game box, I found the cd key in it is not used!
Lieberman, make America's day and quietly vanish. diablo
They're famed for their bombas meat-filled mashed-potato balls rolled in breadcrumbs served with a choice of three sauces, graded by spiciness – salsa del diablo being the hottest.