My fancies have not deceived me--I love you ecstatically, diabolically
, as a madman might!
That I could, with the extinction of your miserable existence, restore those victims whom you have so diabolically
But her eyes - I must not forget those remarkable features, for therein her chief attraction lay - in outward aspect at least; - they were long and narrow in shape, the irids black, or very dark brown, the expression various, and ever changing, but always either preternaturally - I had almost said diabolically
- wicked, or irresistibly bewitching - often both.
But no matter how Spitz circled, Joe whirled around on his heels to face him, mane bristling, ears laid back, lips writhing and snarling, jaws clipping together as fast as he could snap, and eyes diabolically
gleaming--the incarnation of belligerent fear.
There was something diabolically
sweet in her tones, something of the tinkling of glass when struck, which rang through the brains even of us who heard the words addressed to another.
Why, mademoiselle, can't you see that it is our GOLD which buys us French politeness, German good-will, and Swiss servility?" And he sneered diabolically
There was another moment when, while laughing diabolically
at himself, he represented to himself la Esmeralda as he had seen her on that first day, lively, careless, joyous, gayly attired, dancing, winged, harmonious, and la Esmeralda of the last day, in her scanty shift, with a rope about her neck, mounting slowly with her bare feet, the angular ladder of the gallows; he figured to himself this double picture in such a manner .that he gave vent to a terrible cry.
Oh, no, said he, looking a sort of diabolically
funny, the harpooneer is a dark complexioned chap.
Why the deuce should he diabolically
revenge himself only once in his life; and that for the one particular blow that could not have hurt him?
Those who like may peep down under waves that are pretty transparent and see it writhing and twirling, diabolically
hideous and slimy, flapping amongst bones, or curling round corpses; but above the waterline, I ask, has not everything been proper, agreeable, and decorous, and has any the most squeamish immoralist in Vanity Fair a right to cry fie?
He met his eyes directly; and on the instant of their fixing one another, the visitor, with that ugly play of nose and moustache, laughed (as he had done at every similar moment since they left Mrs Clennam's chamber) a diabolically
The despicable satisfaction of involving another in one's destruction added its miserable appeal to my baser egoism; and had fear or horror flown to my companion's face, I shudder to think I might have died diabolically
happy with that look for my last impious consolation.