Synonyms of devil in English:

devil


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See Spanish definition of diablo

noun

1‘they perform the ritual of driving out the devils from their bodies’

SYNONYMS
evil spirit, demon, fiend, imp, bogie, ghost, spectre
informal spook
archaic bugbear
rare cacodemon

2‘look what the cruel devil has done to me’

SYNONYMS
brute, beast, monster, savage, demon, fiend
villain, sadist, barbarian, terror, ogre
informal swine, bastard, pig
Scottish informal radge
vulgar slang shit

3‘he is four and a naughty little devil’

SYNONYMS
rascal, rogue, imp, demon, fiend, monkey, wretch, scamp, mischief-maker, troublemaker, badly behaved child
informal mischief, monster, horror, holy terror
British informal perisher
Irish informal spalpeen
Northern English informal tyke, scally
North American informal varmint, hellion
archaic scapegrace, rapscallion, jackanapes

4‘the poor devils looked as though they could do with some refreshment’

SYNONYMS
wretch, unfortunate, creature, soul, person, fellow
informal thing, beggar, bastard
British vulgar slang sod, bugger