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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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That's the whole thing," Steam Fiends engineer Don Parsio said.
Geekfest is a meet-up for bloggers, gadget fiends, Facebook addicts and tweeps of the UAE.
DISGRACE: Sex fiend John Brady is calling on the NHS to review prison mattresses.
Joann Sfar's art is surreal, with vivid colors, busy panels and fabulous monsters--flying purple octopi, skull-pirates with huge hats, three-headed fiends and talking crocodiles.
Deciding I'd rather network with flesh-eating fiends, I fled from that place as fast as Borat did from the bed-and-breakfast where he discovered to his horror that his kind elderly hosts were, in fact, Jewish.
In the mind of a terrorist the world is split into two irreconcilable camps, and there is no way for those of us among the righteous to negotiate with those in the camp of the fiends.
Even worse, Deborah Schurman Kauflin, who heads the Violent Crimes Institute, which studied illegal aliens and crime, discovered that a disproportionate share of illegal aliens are dangerous sex fiends.
Hordes of game fiends will make their annual pilgrimage to the Electronic Entertainment Expo today at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Defend your reasoning at the gates,/though fiends with frenzied jaws assail/mercilessly against the scent of faith.
A DAD last night thanked The People as he won the next round of his battle for justice against the fiends who raped his baby girl.
Norris and Markow's art and life partnerships began simultaneously after being introduced by mutual fiends in Virginia.
Steinhauer has been a careful student of the writings of Arthur Conan Doyle, and he produces a veritable masterpiece complete with fiends, maniacal scientists, damsels in distress, travel to dangerous places replete with snakes, volcanoes, mosquitos, and nightmarish freaks.