He rather admired her the more for her diablerie—but she must be careful!
But the fifteenth century did a lot of diablerie in the West.
The ease, the grace, the diablerie of the poem are indescribable; its wantonness is not to be excused.
It knows how to respond to the "diablerie" of the abysses with a reciprocal gesture.
"You may be an enchantress, mistress, but the spell you cast is not diablerie," he answered in the same tone.
Modern tales of diablerie are not so uncommon as might be expected.
This scene of diablerie and poisoning, however, did not terminate here.
She had a look of diablerie older than the history of woman.
Glanvil traces the steps by which a well-meaning student may unwarily be involved in diablerie.
We do our original maker credit then; nothing good in this world without a dash of diablerie.