evil spirit (part of speech: noun)
monster, ogre, archfiend, Satan, incubus, sylph, hell hound, gnome, demon, hellcat, nixie, hell-raiser, hobgoblin, imp, sprite, specter, hellion, fiend, werewolf, vampire, goblin, beast, succubus, daemon, dragon, devil, spirit, lamia, siren, ghoul, freak, nymph, dwarf, satyr
- A genie soaring with broad wings out of his milkjug would not have been more astonishing. - "Scenes of Clerical Life", George Eliot.
- Alain had respectfully presented to her beautifully bound copies of Atala and Ls Genie du Christianisme; it is astonishing, indeed, how he had already contrived to regulate her tastes in literature. - "The Parisians, Book 10.", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- Yes, he will come down here in the wet, perhaps, the young lady continued, with his hat sleek and shining as if it had been brushed with a pat of fresh butter, and with white vapors steaming out of his clothes, and making him look like an awkward genie just let out of his bottle. - "Lady Audley's Secret", Mary Elizabeth Braddon.