Definitions

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  • noun sorcery
  • noun summoning of the Devil

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Examples

  • This was the result partly of innate diablery and partly of her having spoilt him, but wherever she went Mrs. Burton managed to get a servant companion whom her lack of judgment made an intolerable burden to her.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • Oh! the mocking diablery in strings, wisps of untidy hair, queer trimmings, and limp hats.

    What Dress Makes of Us

  • This was the result partly of innate diablery and partly of her having spoilt him, but wherever she went Mrs. Burton managed to get a servant companion whom her lack of judgment made an intolerable burden to her.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

  • This was the result partly of innate diablery and partly of her having spoilt him, but wherever she went Mrs. Burton managed to get a servant companion whom her lack of judgment made an intolerable burden to her.

    The Life of Sir Richard Burton

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