Demoniac and Savage

Demoniac

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Demoniac adjective – Of, relating to, or worthy of an evil spirit.
Usage example: the murderer seemed possessed by a demoniac wish to destroy life

Savage and demoniac are semantically related in destructive topic. In some cases you can use "Savage" instead an adjective "Demoniac".
Nearby Words: demon, demonic, demoniacal, demoniacally, demonical
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Savage

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Savage adjective – Not civilized.
Demoniac and savage are semantically related in cruel topic. Sometimes you can use "Demoniac" instead an adjective "Savage".
Nearby Words: savagely, savagery, savaged, savaging
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