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There was a light in his eyes as they looked at her which transfigured his face to something superhuman and devilish.
Come, my lad," says Western, "d'off thy quoat and wash thy feace; for att in a devilish pickle, I promise thee.
It is devilish fine wine," said the Eyebrows, and they looked more good-humoured; and George was going to take advantage of this complacency, and bring the supply question on the mahogany, when the father, relapsing into solemnity, though rather cordial in manner, bade him ring the bell for claret.
I-- ah--I don't set up to be a lady-killer; but I do own that she's as devilish fond of me as she can be.
Yes, there is something uncanny, devilish and fascinating in her," Kitty said to herself.
If he was right, here was our quiet English house suddenly invaded by a devilish Indian Diamond--bringing after it a conspiracy of living rogues, set loose on us by the vengeance of a dead man.
He's a devilish pleasant gentlemanly dog,' said Mr.
Mind, I don't say that; I expressly say that he's a devilish gentlemanly fellow,' said Mr.
He would often persuade her to undertake his share of writing in addition to her own; nay, he would sometimes reward her with a hearty slap on the back, and protest that she was a devilish good fellow, a jolly dog, and so forth; all of which compliments Miss Sally would receive in entire good part and with perfect satisfaction.
Alongside special spooky surprises, the children spent the day creating some devilish decorations such as ghoulish masks and lanterns.
Food colors, extracts and a guide to Grim Glass Rims help add devilish delight to celebrations
Xbox One DARK, devilish, and a delicious Xbox One debut.