Thesaurus / leprechaun

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Among these is the Luchryman (Leithphrogan), or brogue maker, otherwise known as Leprechaun.
THE GLORIES OF IRELANDEDITED BY JOSEPH DUNN AND P.J. LENNOX
"But do not be thinking that this leprechaun was wicked," continued Shaun.
SHAUN O'DAY OF IRELANDMADELINE BRANDEIS
To my first intention; that is, to illustrate the position in Fairydom of the Leprechaun.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
A new light of respect and fear came into the Leprechaun's eyes.
DAVID AND THE PHOENIXEDWARD ORMONDROYD
Just now he was being a sly leprechaun, if one can imagine a double-chinned, three-hundred pound leprechaun.
THE MAROONERCHARLES A. STEARNS
"You might have asked that with advantage before you interrupted him," said the Leprechaun severely.
But always in his heart, as in the hearts of other village boys, there was the fear of the leprechaun!
SHAUN O'DAY OF IRELANDMADELINE BRANDEIS
We thus have the Leprechaun as a well-known Irish fairy, though his character was not understood, in the sixteenth century.
THE FAIRY MYTHOLOGYTHOMAS KEIGHTLEY
In a trice the Phoenix had pounced on the Leprechaun and pinned him to the ground.
DAVID AND THE PHOENIXEDWARD ORMONDROYD
I disguised myself as a Leprechaun and sulked; but it didn't work where you were concerned.
EVERYMAN'S LANDC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON

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