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- adj. Hostile.
- adj. Like a fiend; devilish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fiendlike; monstrous; devilish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Hostile; inimical.
- Fiend-like; devilish; fiendish.
I cant stand these people and if i find their dogs on that property again i am thinking about shooting them. their dogs are running with no control by their owners and are really starting to piss me off. i have had people try and take my trail cameras earlier this season but i hope that they will get a knock on their door from the fiendly police and see how they handle that.
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So then Sir Launcelot lift up the tomb, and there came out an horrible and a fiendly dragon, spitting fire out of his mouth.
When he had slain Colgrevance, he ran upon his brother as a fiendly man, and gave him such a stroke that he made him stoop; and he, full of humility, prayed him for God's love to leave this battle.
In her fathom the fiendly all under the fell-stream.
I have dearly sworn to myself never to reveal to human ears the horrors to which I once, in excess of fiendly pride, delivered myself over.
Colgrevance he ran upon his brother as a fiendly man, and gave him such a stroke that he made him stoop.
And never was greater difference than 'twixt these two, Tressady being a great, wild fellow with a steel hook in place of his left hand, d'ye see, and Bartlemy a slender, dainty-seeming, fiendly-smiling gentleman, very nice as to speech and deportment and clad in the latest mode, from curling periwig to jewelled shoe-buckles.
So he had slain Colgrevance he ran upon his brother as a fiendly man, and gave him such a stroke that he made him stoop.
His narration of the last great battle between Arthur and Modred; of the wounding of the king -- "fifteen fiendly wounds he had, one might in the least three gloves thrust" --; and of the little boat with "two women therein, wonderly dight," which came to bear him away to