Antonyms for elvish

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It seemed odd to them that men had once worn so elvish an attire.

His rhymes were always full of quaint and elvish humour which was very endearing.

The Provost of Notting Hill seemed to have fallen into a kind of trance; in his eyes was an elvish light.

Gradually, while I was warming up, a sense of infinite comfort came, and with it the enjoyment of the elvish aspect.

She nodded, leaning forward and looking up at me in a certain demure, elvish fashion.

Half-ashamed she went back to stolen meetings—in a barn—behind a rick—in the elvish shadow of some skew-blown thorn.

The folio of 1623 omits elvish, but the folio of 1632 has elves, which Rowe changed to elvish.

See Elvish in the Glossary, and cf. 'this elvish nyce lore'; Can.

He could not bear the sight of her, perched on a chair in her white nightdress in the doorway, elvish and horrible.

But we never heard any elvish arrow whistling after us, or saw any more of the uncouth folk.

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