devil

[ dev-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF devil

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVIL

And you forget that—that devil—suppose she's as good as her threat?

And, the devil of it, that love increasing with her—what shall I call it?

I can look any man in the face and tell him to go to the devil.

It's a pity it wasn't the devil himself instead of his fish!

The mitigation of that horror they condemn, resent, and often ascribe to the devil.

How the devil would have laughed at the idea of a society for saving the world!

The devil saw his chance, sprang up, and mastered the father.

"To the devil with your tricks," said John, opening and shutting his great red hands.

"I would see him in the claws of the devil first," whispered Ford.

Something in her eyes roused the devil of mischief that always slumbered in him.

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