goblin

[ gob-lin ]SEE DEFINITION OF goblin

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOBLIN

The first mound that I encountered belonged to a goblin who was splashing in his tub.

To me they sounded suspiciously like the goblins in my goblin book.

The goblin immediately vanished; and Edwin was left in solitude.

The goblin descended from its eminence, and directed the course of Roderic.

One only goblin was daring enough to pronounce a curse upon him.

Edwin gazed upon this astonishing apparition, and knew it for a goblin of darkness.

Hence his folly of treating his thoughts and fancies, as he was treated by the goblin.

But the goblin placed his hand upon my mouth, and I was dumb.

"Hija de puta," cries the goblin driver, jumping to the ground.

"Yes, sir," said the goblin driver, nodding his head vigorously.

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