Definition of 'Satan'
Example sentences containing 'Satan'
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I could hear Theo's voice whispering in my ear, like Satan. RESCUING ROSE (2002)It used to scare me so much, when she started talking about Satan having his eye on me. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)Let me tell you, Mrs Keegan, dear, that Jim regards jogging as the work of Satan. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN
Synonyms of 'Satan'
The Devil, Lucifer, Prince of Darkness, Lord of the Flies
Trends of 'Satan'
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Translations for 'Satan'
British English: Satan NOUN
In the Christian religion, Satan is the Devil, a powerful evil being who is the chief opponent of God.
Definition of Satan from the Collins English Dictionary
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