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A few more Abbe de Pradits, a few more newspaper articles, and from being an emperor, Napoleon would have turned into an ogre.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
And I understood how it had come to pass that our hulking old ogre had fallen in love with her so desperately.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
And we left our nervous ogre and our poor little elf to fight out between themselves whatever battle they had to fight.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE
There she silently wept herself to sleep and her dreams were filled with visions of that dreadful ogre, Bonaparte.
The catch is often very good, and the boats come back to the huts laden with the ogre fish, destined to be eaten in their turn!
He had appeared to her in those dreams as an ogre—a monster too awful to live.
Did you not know that I am that royalist ogre's future son-in-law?
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
There is no time for red-tapeism now with that ogre at our gates.
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
As for the ogre—if he won't appear in person, I'll try and survive the rest.
THE DIAMOND COTERIELAWRENCE L. LYNCH
It is therefore highly significant that Mr. Raemaekers has in this cartoon conceived the devil primarily as a kind of ogre.
RAEMAEKERS' CARTOONSLOUIS RAEMAEKERS

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