deviltry

[ dev-uh l-tree ]SEE DEFINITION OF deviltry

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEVILTRY

I think you'd better get rid of that Shandy serpent; he seems ripe for any deviltry.

Still, I will see that they are not left long to carry on their work of deviltry.

The spirit of deviltry was stronger than it had ever been in the history of the county.

I cannot tell how she feels toward him; I know she has often tried to reclaim him from his deviltry.

Some imp of deviltry in me moved me to change my seat for one beside his.

She left shortly after you went, and she means some deviltry.

In reality, he was deeper in deviltry than ever in his life.

Black MacQueen would go the limit in deviltry if he set his mind to it.

Many joined Clark for mere adventure, for plunder and deviltry.

All Nate did know, or the little he knowed, was badness an' deviltry.

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