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Just now he was being a sly leprechaun, if one can imagine a double-chinned, three-hundred pound leprechaun.
THE MAROONERCHARLES A. STEARNS
He told us that he was a Leprechaun (male), but that in a ruined fort near us dwelt the Pixies.
THE COMING OF THE FAIRIESARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
"More, perhaps, than you imagine—cares and anxieties," said the leprechaun.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
"And what a life-time," observed the leprechaun, reproachfully.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
To my first intention; that is, to illustrate the position in Fairydom of the Leprechaun.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
A withered leprechaun set eyes into the head of a minikin hound.
THE DOOR THROUGH SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
Another man sees a leprechaun walking up to him—'a weeny deeny dawny little atomy of an idea of a small taste of a gentleman.'
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
The leprechaun seemed to be in a state of insensibility, as Terry examined minutely its old-fashioned appearance.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
"It was that very feeling of humanity, which I knew yet lingered in your heart, that saved you," replied the leprechaun.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
"He turned his poor old mother out of doors, the other day," observed the leprechaun, quietly.
THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
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WORDS RELATED TO LEPRECHAUN

  • bogies
  • brownies
  • elves
  • fays
  • gnomes
  • goblins
  • gremlins
  • hobs
  • imps
  • leprechauns
  • nisses
  • pucks
  • spirits
  • sprites
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