1 The drug had no discriminating action; it was neither diabolical nor divine; it but shook the doors of the prison-house of my disposition; and like the captives of Philippi, that which stood within ran forth.
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2 I tell thee, the fiend can impose diseases for the very purpose of removing them, in order to bring into credit some diabolical fashion of cure.
3 Beside this deadly apparatus stood four black slaves, whose colour and African features, then so little known in England, appalled the multitude, who gazed on them as on demons employed about their own diabolical exercises.
4 The fault lay there, out there, in those evil electric lights and diabolical rattlings of engines.
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5 The use of artificial means to make the creature diabolical was a flash of genius upon his part.
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6 But the man had hereditary tendencies of the most diabolical kind.
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7 We find in the eighteenth century, in nearly all the songs of the galleys and prisons, a diabolical and enigmatical gayety.
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8 "What diabolical villainy you have performed here," said Porthos, when the officer had rejoined his companions and the four friends found themselves alone.
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9 The queen cast a glance around her, and saw the cardinal behind, with a diabolical smile on his countenance.
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10 He would not have believed that two sentiments so opposite could dwell in the same heart, and by their union constitute a passion so strange, and as it were, diabolical.
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11 He no doubt feared that by this opening she might still by some diabolical means corrupt her guards.
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12 This was strangely heightened at times by the ragged Elijah's diabolical incoherences uninvitedly recurring to me, with a subtle energy I could not have before conceived of.
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13 He flies into diabolical passions sometimes.
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14 All of this might seem diabolical, but the saloon-keeper was in no wise to blame for it.
15 Both the drivers again laughed their diabolical laugh.
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