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„Devils“ - proper noun, singular

The notion Devils is the 7.173th most common word in the English vocabulary and appears 12.481 times within English Wikipedia. Devils is the seventh studio album by the gothic rock band The 69 Eyes released 22 October 2004, Virgin / EMI.º The part of speech is proper noun, singular. Here are quotations of the word in text: "His novel The Devils Elixirs was influenced by ..."¹ "... The Adventure of the Devils Foot featuring Sherlock Holmes ..."² "... scored by the Sun Devils."³ Reversely its written sliveD. Nevils, Sundevils und Evils rhymes on it. The MD5 hash is a9278920e5c545e7498e8ed32b99f9d8 and the SHA1 hash is 49571e8ecf5e008687d0a7dc0b7600f8275d05f5. The dialable telephone number 338457 corresponds this word.

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word name: Devils

part of speech: proper noun, singular

lemma: devil

typical left word neighbours: Jersey Fog Blue Red Dust Cardiff Rhythm

typical right word neighbours: Dyke Rejects Backbone Den Advocate Elbow Peak

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The following terms possess an identical suffix:

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