Always she seemed fluttering just ahead of him, like a will-of-the-wisp.
They made another turn, and in front of them shone out a light, gleaming dully like a will-of-the-wisp.
And Sharnall, too, had he not almost grasped the Will-of-the-wisp when fate tripped him on that windy night?
Her mind played her these will-of-the-wisp tricks, tempting her—to what bogs and quicksands?
Atsil′-dihye′gĭ—“Fire Carrier”; apparently the Cherokee name for the will-of-the-wisp.
But the subject only danced before my eyes as a will-of-the-wisp, and without attracting me.
I may be on the trail in this matter, or I may be following a will-of-the-wisp, but I shall soon know which it is.
Oliver was far too prudent to follow such a will-of-the-wisp, and the petition was suppressed by the Council.
In 427 the first mention was made of the will-of-the-wisp which in time led Athens to her ruin.