fiend

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fiend

(Addict), noun abuser, drug abuser, drug addict, drug user, narcotics addict, person hooked on something, user

fiend

(Enthusiast), noun admirer, adorer, buff, crazed fan, devotee, disciple, fan, fanatic, idolizer, individual with a onetrack mind, individual with a single minded dogma, infatuate, lover, worshiper, zealot
See also: enthusiast
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Lucius Oh worthy Goth this is the incarnate Devil, That robbed Andronicus of his good hand, This is the pearl that pleased your Empress eye, And here's the base fruit of her burning lust, Say wall-eyed slave whither wouldst thou convey, This growing image of thy fiendlike face, Why dost not speak?
(4.1.49-52) The soliloquy quickly takes on a defeated tone when Grimaldi considers the impossible sacrifices required to purchase "a full remission" from his "cruell creditors" and particularly when he concedes that his desecration of the sacrament is too "fiendlike" to be forgiven (4.1.59, 75).