Noun(1) wicked and cruel behavior(2) reckless or malicious behavior that causes discomfort or annoyance in others
(1) Oh I know why├ö├ç┬¬ it's because you've read the newspaper and you know my devilry and raid has begun.(2) He threw the broad sword and it hit right into the small face of the demon-beast that was using devilry magic.(3) As the moth leaves, the Isengard motif returns, driving itself like the machinery it represents as we see the devilry that Saruman is creating below the tower.(4) Despite Cookie's ranting about the devilry of the Raleighs, I was still sure that there was a method behind their seemingly random cruelty.(5) So, not much to behold of the left-footed devilry that terrorised defences around the globe and won him the coveted African footballer's award in 1988, but perhaps a different kind of magic to see.(6) It seemed to look back at her mockingly, and eventually, she realized that she didn't have enough malice to withstand such devilry and took her defeat gracefully.(7) But with the sudden arrival of two volatile hobbits, the nearby evils of timber-cutting, industrial devilry , and mass murder became too much for the Ents to stomach.(8) The whole place had an eerie feel, it was over 250 years old and in that time there must have been plenty of devilry and scandalous behaviour.(9) A trade group for the US recording industry is targeting ISPs in its latest bid to rid the world of Napster-style devilry .(10) Is it to expose them to devilry and witchery at such a young, impressionable age, and all in the name of fun?(11) a perverse sense of devilry urged her to lead him on(12) The Presto vivace Finale, however, finds our conductor in joyous vein throughout, with a strong sense of devilry bringing added exuberance to those key points where Schubert urges his forces in other directions.(13) It seduces the men of the world with the sweet temptation of wealth and power that binds them to a fate of devilry , torture, and death.(14) Thus the nightmarish devilry of the Symphonie fantastique is purely to be imagined, not seen; so too are the will-o├ö├ç├û-the-wisps and the inhabitants of pandemonium in La Damnation de Faust.(15) They have devilry in their souls, and a movie like Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban does not soothe them.(16) The devilry exhibited by minibus drivers and their long-distance counterparts is fuelled by the inability of transport proprietors to maintain their fleets or single vehicles in reasonable condition.
1. wickedness ::
2. mischief ::
3. black magic ::
Different Formsdevilries, devilry
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