Traducción de devilish en español:


diabólico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛv(ə)lɪʃ/

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    (trick/plot/stroke) diabólico
    • It also kept the idea of evil as a devilish personal force prowling around ready to get into you.
    • The makeup for the Djinn character is creepy and evil, like some devilish creature from an R-rated version of Star Wars.
    • The forces of evil have produced a devilish tool whereby spam can be sent to thousands of Windows users in minutes, in the guise of system alerts.
    • The days are gone of National's tired old mantra of attacking unionists as if they were evil and devilish.
    • Mirrors were used as ornamentation, but were believed to also blind and confuse devilish spirits, to protect their children from the evil eye.
    • The dastardly act which has caused so much pain and misery to the American people and indeed all peace lovers around the globe, was barbaric and devilish.
    • Her contract with Lucifer didn't force her to befriend those that were evil simply because they were devilish types.
    • The association of the fox with the devil through shared vices is carried forward to cumulate in the portrayal of the Jesuit as a devilish, vicious and cunning character.
    • She lucked out here with a better cast, and Malkovich is clearly having too much fun playing the villainous, devilish aesthete Ripley.
    • His face is now a cruel devilish beast's with huge fangs.
    • With a kind of devilish glee he devises for himself ever more terrible punishments, tortures, eviscerations.
    • And what is this Black Box, if not an epicentre of devilish debauchery.
    • Catherine Gill gives a stunning performance as the wickedly devilish sith that toys with Brian and manipulates his every move.
    • It is an atmosphere of terror and bloodshed, a devilish scene of chaos, a barbaric game which is not governed by human discipline, rules and regulations of the sport.
    • In Apostasia, against a grid of graffiti they glower within black silhouettes that give them a devilish quality.
    • He branded them racist, devilish, and accused them of shamelessly exploiting black artists.
    • Thanatos, the horrifying creature of death and decay, turned a devilish head towards the hero.
    • He branded Sony racist and devilish, and accused it of shamelessly exploiting black artists.
    • Northern Ireland and the Balkans demonstrate that the dark side of religion is truly devilish!
    • What new devilish inventions are being worked on in that vast network that this nation has assiduously devoted to weapons of mass destruction for more than half a century?
    • A figure clad in a black leather jacket called out from the next table chuckled and turned towards the two girls, revealing an devilish, cheeky grin.
    • She has a very cheeky, devilish grin and I wanted her to look like my friend Lauran - I don't know if I managed it but that's certainly who she's based on.
    • The apparent smile on my face, despite my weary state, spoke of signs of contentment, even a return to that mischievous and devilish state of mind.
    • At the same time, it sets up a clear formula, so that we can delight in the heroics of the good guys and the devilish mischief of our main man.
    • He's got shocking red hair, a devilish grin, twinkling eyes and a cheeky appearance.
    • When I meet Scott at the Deauville Film Festival in France, it is as if he has just walked off the movie set - he has both Stifler's devilish grin and sense of humour.
    • I can just imagine the devilish grin on Papa's face when he paid the man.
    • Then they give me a knowing grin, or a devilish wink.
    • ‘That gives me a great idea,’ she said, with a devilish grin.
    • Suddenly his confused face formed into a devilish grin.
    • ‘Now that you're one short,’ Armando said with a devilish grin as he watched the car depart.
    • A devilish grin appeared on Jason's lips as he remember how he had tricked her into tasting one of his father's home-grown peppers.
    • A devilish grin flickered across Lysje's face at the thought.
    • With a devilish grin, he points the water bottle at her.
    • For some strange reason, he grinned… a very devilish kind of smile.
    • She picks up a pillow, a devilish grin on her face.
    • Angie turned to see Maya standing there with a devilish grin.
    • He has a great sense of humour, and there is a devilish wit about him.
    • Shelley and Stockbridge savour the devilish humour, yet bring out the inner sadness too, and their pacing of the all-important second scene is a joy too, the final cloud of cushion feathers dancing to the waves of applause.
    • It was a privilege to have known Jack - shy, unassuming but with a devilish sense of humour.
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    • Willetts does a noted comic turn reeling off the complexities of Gordon Brown's devilish clever schemes.
    • There seems to be a wild idea revolving around in the heart of government that we were part a devilish clever plot to blacken them.
    • Dundee's skills were evident as languid Sara turned the Aberdeen defence, Caballero played devilish deft passes and the diminutive white booted Novo proved a nagging menace.
    • Yorkshiremen can be devilish thrawn but they often get things right.
    • They sure need them because it's devilish cold in winter on Thassos and the houses are structured accordingly, with small windows, vast fireplaces and slanting roofs to shrug off the snow.