Just find a good place where you can see her when she shoots, and I'll drop the go-devil.
Maybe you're broke and know you'll have to work like a go-devil when you get here!
At night the Monarch was released from the “go-devil” and secured only by his chains to a large tree.
The "go-devil," shown in Fig. 14, is another common device for collecting prunings.
Generally get some visiting lady, when there's one round, to drop the go-devil.
Well, this is running your westing down if anybody should ride up in a go-devil and ask you.
A traveling primer or "go-devil squib" was then prepared as follows: A tin cone, 14 in.