- N-UNCOUNTDemonology is a set of beliefs which says that a particular situation or group of people is evil or unacceptable.
In popular demonology, the administration looms as large in France as the trades unions used to do in Britain.
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Demonology — • The science or doctrine concerning demons Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Demonology Demonology † … Catholic encyclopedia
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demonology — noun Date: 1597 1. the study of demons or evil spirits 2. belief in demons ; a doctrine of evil spirits 3. a catalog of enemies < the liberal creed at that time put Big Business in a central place in its demonology Carl Kaysen > • demonological … New Collegiate Dictionary
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demonology — demonologic /dee meuh nl oj ik/, demonological, adj. demonologically, adv. demonologist, n. /dee meuh nol euh jee/, n. 1. the study of demons or of beliefs about demons. 2. belief in demons. 3. a group of persons or things regarded as evil or… … Universalium
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