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"You may be an enchantress, mistress, but the spell you cast is not diablerie," he answered in the same tone.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM
A spark of the morning's diablerie flashes into the bright eyes again.
GUY KENMORE'S WIFE AND THE ROSE AND THE LILYMRS. ALEX MCVEIGH MILLER
She had a look of diablerie older than the history of woman.
UNDER THE LAWEDWINA STANTON BABCOCK
Again, as in the case of the element of diablerie, it would be possible to make technical exceptions in favour of Pickwick.
APPRECIATIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENSG. K. CHESTERTON
They possessed, though, a certain vivacity and diablerie that the big, slower-witted Swede girls lacked.
HALF PORTIONSEDNA FERBER
Her face took on that fascinating diablerie which men found irresistible.
DREAMERS OF THE GHETTOI. ZANGWILL
His interview with the witch has some resemblance to modern diablerie in the circumstances.
THE SUPERSTITIONS OF WITCHCRAFTHOWARD WILLIAMS
Glanvil traces the steps by which a well-meaning student may unwarily be involved in diablerie.
THE SUPERSTITIONS OF WITCHCRAFTHOWARD WILLIAMS
Twilight was beginning to add to its suggestions of diablerie, and the whole land to seem more and more the abode of devils.
PIECES OF EIGHTRICHARD LE GALLIENNE
In our next cut, No. 161, we give a second example of the figures in Callots peculiar diablerie.
A HISTORY OF CARICATURE AND GROTESQUETHOMAS WRIGHT
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