cantrip, kan′trip, n. a freak or wilful piece of trickery: a witch's spell.
I remember how cantrip almost cried when he told me you were going to leave him.
What if the extremities were blue after all, and cantrip right?
He could not, however, make Lord cantrip understand the whole truth.
When the new vicar went to cantrip he found Church matters in a very primitive state.
That exceedingly intelligent young nobleman Lord cantrip was in earnest.
Lady cantrip wanted to ask me something about it, and so I went down.
Nevertheless Lady cantrip kept her eyes open, and when the letter came from Tregear she was aware that the letter had come.
Gresham and cantrip with their own friends can hardly make a Ministry as things are now unless Mr. Monk will join them.
Till Lady cantrip seated herself at her writing-table she did not know how great the difficulty would be.