noun, plural dev·il·tries.
- devils island,
Origin of deviltry
Examples from the Web for deviltry
I knew mighty well that Carter would not concoct anything as crude as that, and wondered what deviltry he had devised.Kathleen|Christopher Morley
Who had ever praised her work before, though all had "her deviltry?"Hot corn: Life Scenes in New York Illustrated|Solon Robinson
Some sort of deviltry is sure to be hatching soon after we get out of work.Diary of an Enlisted Man|Lawrence Van Alstyne
Both were doubtless bad enough, but to Wight seems to belong the credit of planning the deviltry.
Therefore there is not and never was such a thing as witchcraft or deviltry.Moral Principles and Medical Practice|Charles Coppens