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1. She's up to some devilry or other.
2. Though I lack words to describe such devilry, I will try.
3. He must be out on some proper devilry, or he wouldn't miss the party.
4. Who could tell what devilry the ingenious Americans were up to?
5. Yet none of this external spin matched the turbulence and unlicensed devilry which possessed him when he was with Jen.
6. But he didn't know that, and a perverse sense of devilry urged her to lead him on.
7. Finding she couldn't unseat him, she paused for breath, anticipating her next devilry.
8. Don't forget that she has magic in her fingers and devilry dancing in her blood.
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9. While police displayed evidence of the gang's alleged subcutaneous devilry, international perfume makers were skeptical because the market for the material is small.
10. Using derivatives except for bona fide insurance is regarded as devilry itself.
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