noun, plural di·a·ble·ries [dee-ah-bluh-reez; French dya-bluh-ree] /diˈɑ blə riz; French dya bləˈri/.
Examples from the Web for diablerie
She had a look of diablerie older than the history of woman.Under the Law|Edwina Stanton Babcock
It knows how to respond to the "diablerie" of the abysses with a reciprocal gesture.The Complex Vision|John Cowper Powys
They possessed, though, a certain vivacity and diablerie that the big, slower-witted Swede girls lacked.Half Portions|Edna Ferber
A spark of the morning's diablerie flashes into the bright eyes again.Guy Kenmore's Wife and The Rose and the Lily|Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
The ease, the grace, the diablerie of the poem are indescribable; its wantonness is not to be excused.