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Satanʹic

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The Satanic School. So Southey called Lord Byron and his imitators, who set at defiance the generally received notions of religion. Of English writers, Byron, Shelley, Moore, and Bulwer are the most prominent; of French writers Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Paul de Kock, and George Sand.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Sardonyx
Sarnia
Sarpedon
Sarsen Stones
Sartor Resartus
Sash Window
Sassanides
Sassenach (ch = k)
Satan
Satan’s Journey to Earth (Milton: Paradise Lost, iii. 418 to the end)
Satanic
Satire
Saturday
Saturn or Kronos [Time]
Saturn
Saturn’s Tree
Saturnalia
Saturnian Days
Saturnian Verses
Saturnine
Satyr