Surely only an advanced hacker could mastermind such a fiendish act — right?
Somewhere in the Afterlife, Laurence Sterne must have been tickled to see his fiendish book infused with new life.
Croatians, naturally, were the fiendish enemy, second only to the Turks.
Two eyes near the door were gleaming with the light of fiendish triumph.
No wonder he is sometimes provoked to fiendish outbursts of wrath.
But the behaviour of the faithful animal, instead of stirring them to compassion, only adds to their fiendish mirth.
All that fiendish cruelty and the demon of destruction could do was done.
Up I sprang, fist at shoulder, and lunged at that fiendish visage with all the power of my body.
This language is wanton cruelty,—it is fiendish insult,—is it not, Evelyn?
No, Clara is fiendish when I have been drinking, I will not meet her.