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[mass noun] The worship of demons.
- ‘The grounds for this counter-claim are that if the judgment is a moral judgment, as I assumed, then demonolatry - the worship of evil spirits - would be self-contradictory.’
- ‘I'd just like to say demonolatry is generally separate from Satanism even when it's Satanism in which worship is involved because normally then only one demon is being worshipped.’
- ‘It should be mentioned that even practitioners of demonolatry are misled in their perceptions of the nature of demons.’
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