demonry

demonry

(ˈdiːmənrɪ)
n
possession by a demon
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For even Hitler's demonry did not involve the enslavement of the entire population and the systematic slaughter of all those "touched and corrupted by the twentieth century."
This article challenges those alternate propositions that place blame on Satan (possessed by demonry), gun manufacturers, Congress, state legislatures and the mentally ill.
The imperative of the moment is to manifest "a sense of contrition about the human frailties and foibles which lie at the foundation of both the enemy's demonry and our own vanities."
There would seem to be two falls into depravity in Baudelaire, one into original existence, the other into full-fledged adult demonry.
O'Connor detected a new and deadly demonry everywhere in the air.
Barbara has a reputation for demonry and expresses her scorn for men through the occult: