Back among some of his idle dreams there had been a Kitty, blue-eyed, black-haired, slender and elfish.
A pair of elfish black eyes were fixed upon her in curious intent.
The conscious, childish malice of her words twisted her lips into an elfish smile.
"I don't like you," he said slowly, regarding the Hun, with his elfish eyes.
She was gazing up in the air, above all the traffic and roar of New York, with a happy smile on her elfish face.
She had been with him, smiling, elfish and tender one moment, and gone the next.
Instantly these underground chambers broke forth with wild, elfish voices that mimicked his merriment till it died on his lips.
At the moment it was lit up by an expression of elfish rage.
Tommy grinned, and rumpled his hair with an elfish look eminently unfitting a trustee.
She had the look of a dryad at odds with the world, a whimsical and elfish intellectual.