goblin

Part of speech: noun

A frightful creature fabled to haunt groves and grottoes.

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Usage examples "goblin":

  1. But you'll go to- morrow and you'll keep on going until you find out what is behind those brown- green goblin spectacles. - "The Unspeakable Perk", Samuel Hopkins Adams.
  2. Then the goblin went home. - "Twenty-two Goblins", Unknown.
  3. No goblin nor witch needs to be cast out when the blood flows red; it is merely an indication of abundant life drawn from the strength and courage that marked an heroic age. - "Literature for Children", Orton Lowe.