What hast thou to do with fairies and elves, dwarfs and wights?
The wights then sought to know if there was no way but that to the gate.
Therein are Kobbolds, and Wights that love not men, things unto whom the grief of men is as the sound of the fiddle-bow unto us.
I am glad enough of it, for I see my uncle is so given up to the Wights that I hope for little more of them.
See the excellent plate in Wights Icones, t. 507, under the erroneous name of Cucurbita maxima.
Then said the Shepherds, each to his friend, "Shall we show these wights with staves some strange sights?"
And I slept and dreamt once more, and saw the same two wights go down the mounts, by the high road that led to the town.
Upon her head she hath a gear Even such as wights of ruddy cheer Do use in stalking of the deer.
Following me could be a clean-up corps to collect the wights who'd been inoculated by my contact.