Lammle stands with folded arms, Mephistophelean in a corner, with Georgiana and Fledgeby.
"Our Mutual Friend" by Charles Dickens
Mendoza, with a Mephistophelean smile, bows profoundly.
"Man And Superman" by George Bernard Shaw
There was a Mephistophelean restitution in not striving to wrest the Eclipse from Lucretia with The Dutchman.
"Thoroughbreds" by W. A. Fraser
The Kaiser remains faithful to the Mephistophelean form.
"Mr. Punch's History of the Great War" by Punch
In a flash there recurred to him every incident of those dramatic interviews with the Mephistophelean doctor.
"The Doctor of Pimlico" by William Le Queux
This personage was clothed in red, and with black horns and Mephistophelean countenance was made to look as much like a fiend as possible.
"Patty's Friends" by Carolyn Wells
They were handsome, too, in a Mephistophelean style.
"Saddle and Mocassin" by Francis Francis Jr.
His Mephistophelean behavior, or something, made me giddy.
"Yellowstone Nights" by Herbert Quick
But reflection brought a Mephistophelean suggestion of comfort.
"The Burglars' Club" by Henry A. Hering