He has many true inventions in the perilous and diabolic; he has many startling nightmares realised.
He had charmed her from her home by the exercise of diabolic arts.
This chanced to be the arm of Godfrey McCulloch, who seemed to wear a smile of diabolic sarcasm on his face.
What diabolic jugglery was at work when the exchange was made?
It would seem, almost, as if a diabolic providence had prepared them for this very result.
Everybody watched with wonder this play, as of some large and diabolic toy.
And this brings us to a more close consideration of the spirit of this book, characterized by our contemporary as "diabolic."
diabolic lore la Jules Dubois and other modern magi is profuse.
The gulf is the difference between the angelic and the diabolic temperament.
"I have nothing to do with the magic that is diabolic," said the offended enchanter.