She ran back, crying out, and said she did not know what devilry was going on in the byre.
It was the Carnival week again—the mad blaspheming week of revelry and devilry.
There is something else to it, devilry and evil spells, or so I think.
But this seemed to say that the devilry was over all the earth.
There, amidst riot and devilry, he sat silently puffing at his pipe, with a set face and a smouldering eye.
They are desperate, then, and seem to exult in devilry of all kinds.
In the smoking-room, after dinner, the Colonel put forward the view that Miss Schlegel had jumped it out of devilry.
There was no waiting, no coaxing; it was drive and devilry all through.
Were not these the Canadians who first tasted the devilry of gas?
Living just as he likes, setting an example of devilry to the whole neighbourhood!