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It seemed odd to them that men had once worn so elvish an attire.
THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
The laugh was light and mocking, a tinkling, elvish sound which the Highlander frowned to hear.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
In manner he seemed elvish, or shy, with a habit of staring on the ground, as if he would find a hair.
CHAUCER FOR CHILDRENMRS. H. R. HAWEIS
But we never heard any elvish arrow whistling after us, or saw any more of the uncouth folk.
A KING'S COMRADECHARLES WHISTLER
Birds were singing everywhere, and the green of new leaves clothed the land in elvish loveliness.
There is that elvish love of the full moon, as large and lucid as a Chinese lantern, hung in these tenuous branches.
A MISCELLANY OF MENG. K. CHESTERTON
There were games being played and dancing and much elvish love-making, too, I think, among the moss-branch thickets.
They call their tubs and stools by quaint, elvish, and almost affectionate names, as if they were their own children!
TREMENDOUS TRIFLESG. K. CHESTERTON
His Titania (also engraved in the Shakspeare Gallery), overflows with elvish fun and imaginative drollery.
There at the ladder's foot sat the elvish toad, and it seemed to me that it looked pitifully up at the light.
KING OLAF'S KINSMANCHARLES WHISTLER

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