study of devils

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  • diabology — n. The study of the Devil and his role in religion, culture, and psychology. Related Words: capology Chinology enigmatology killology magicology poopology Webology …   New words

  • diabology — di·a·bol·o·gy …   English syllables

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  • Chinology — n. The study of Chinese language, literature, or civilization. Example Citation: At a White House briefing, Samuel R. Berger, the national security adviser, was asked about a statement by China s President, Jiang Zemin, and replied It s not a new …   New words

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  • Webology — n. The study of the content, structure, and interconnections of the World Wide Web. Example Citation: As the world is increasingly coming to appreciate, physical space and cyberspace operate according to different rules. In what they describe as… …   New words

  • capology — n. The theory and practice of salary caps in professional sports. (A salary cap is a maximum dollar amount that a team can spend in one year on player salaries. The caps are usually hideously complex and can often be circumvented by using equally …   New words

  • enigmatology — n. The study of puzzles including word puzzles, math puzzles, and logic puzzles and puzzle construction. Example Citation: Will Shortz is the senior editor of Games magazine and puzzlemeister on National Public Radio s Weekend Edition. ...At… …   New words

  • killology — n. The study of killing. Example Citation: The author of On Killing, Grossman is one of the few American psychologists who specialize in killology, the physical and mental processes of killing. Jim Dwyer, Rudy Ordered His Cops to Hunt and… …   New words

  • magicology — n. The study of the neuroscience behind magic tricks and illusions. Example Citations: A couple of years ago, Teller joined a coterie of illusionists and tricksters recruited by Stephen Macknik and Susana Martinez Conde, researchers at the Barrow …   New words

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