Definition of Daemonic

1. Adjective. (alternative form of demonic) ¹



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Definition of Daemonic

1. daemon [adj] - See also: daemon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daemonic

dadrock
dads
dadsonite
dae
daedal
daedalean
daedalian
daedalic
daedally
daedalous
daedalum
daedatelum
daeing
daemon
daemones
daemonic (current term)
daemonical
daemonize
daemonized
daemonizes
daemonizing
daemonomancy
daemons
daes
daeva
daevas
dafachronic
dafachronic acid
daff
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Literary usage of Daemonic

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1. My Inner Life: Being a Chapter in Personal Evolution and Autobiography by John Beattie Crozier (1898)
"From its very inception and birth, what Goethe calls the ' daemonic element,' or that power in Nature which causes the ' best laid schemes of men and mice ..."

2. Studies of the Greek Poets by John Addington Symonds (1902)
"... —Achilles and Hector—Alexander the Great—The daemonic Nature of Achilles. origin of the IT is the sign of a return to healthy criticism that scholars ..."

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