Lexicographical Neighbors of Elfhood
Literary usage of Elfhood
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The French Revolution: A History. In Three Volumes. by Thomas Carlyle (1837)
"Little elf, or imp; though young, already withered ; with its withered air of premature vice, of knowingness, of completed elfhood: useful in various ..."
2. The Spirit of the Age by William Henry Channing (1850)
"48 ; "My internal property or •elfhood * * is Himself." p. 84. And now can there be doubt in any readers mind capable of reasoning, ..."
3. The Centennial Magazine: An Australian Monthly (1888)
"It will not tell him all he wants to know, but it opens the gates out of »elfhood and despair, it shows him the bow in the cloud, and points the way to a ..."
4. Extracts from the Style Book of the Government Printing Office by United States Government Printing Office, Geological Survey (U.S., George McLane Wood, Government Printing Office, Geological Survey (U.S.), United States (1915)
"... -etching; the rest one word, except electro galvanized. elephant's-ear, -foot, -head (plants). eleuthero (prefix); all one word. elfhood, kin, land, ..."
5. An Alphabetical List of English Words Occurring in the Literature of the by Philological Society (Great Britain), Philological Society (Great Britain (1861)
"D elfhood, sb. Carl Elfin, adj. W Elicit, va B Eligibility, sb. fitness for election, B Eligible, adj. advantageous, Tra- herne, ..."
6. Annual Bulletin ...: Books Added to the Main (Ryerson) Library by Grand Rapids Public Library (Mich.)., Grand Rapids Public Library (Mich (1913)
"The stability anil security of Unite «elfhood. Bradley, FH Ethical studies. 1911. ..171.70 Cabot, Ella L. Ethics for children: a guide for teachers and ..."