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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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"Jackson was a fiend, a smooth predator, a monster."
The group were formed by Nik Wade (Nik Fiend), Christine Wade (Mrs Fiend), David James (Yaxi Highrizer) and Johnny Freshwater ( Johnny Ha-Ha) in 1982 at the Batcave club in London, where Nik worked.
There are two types of Cube Montsers: fiends and brutes.
In Silver Screen Fiend: Learning about Life from an Addiction to Film, he describes how a lifelong love of cinema led him from hubris to humility and back on more than one occasion.
Our 918 isn't even breathing hard,” begins the Car Fiend review.
I remained silent while the tortuous kids of my 7th-grade class labeled me the offspring of a dope fiend.
Knowing the only way to destroy the Fiend for good is to allow her beloved Tom Ward to kill her, Mice journeys to the dark to find the dagger he must use to complete the deed.
London, Mar 19 (ANI): Socialite Peaches Geldof has insisted that she is not the "wild party girl sex fiend" that she has been portrayed to be, even as pictures of her posing nude with men emerged.
The Tapestry: The Fiend and the Forge provides Book 3 in The Tapestry series and blends fantasy, science fiction and mystery in an involving story continuing the story of Max, accepted to a secret school where young apprentices are trained in magic to combat an enemy.
Pop Saint Jude Diary Of A Soul Fiend With members of the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin proclaiming themselves fans, this is a good time to check out female-fronted London quintet Saint Jude.
DISGRACE: Sex fiend John Brady is calling on the NHS to review prison mattresses.