His creased brown skin throbbed with muscle, he was a hobgoblin , and failure was unacceptable in goblin society.
In England the hobgoblin was as helpful a sprite as the brownie.
In a superb maneuver, Moore baits the hobgoblin into agreeing to go on a trip with him to personally verify the working conditions.
A romantic historical account, it told of a hobgoblin , the ugliest of his maligned kindred but valorous of heart, who fell in love with a beautiful princess of Ilnumin, one of the fallen cities of the moon elves of the Elven Age.
It was a time when witches did mischief while spiteful fairies and hobgoblins roamed about.
If people want to believe in tooth fairies, or leprechauns, or hobgoblins , or taniwha, or whatever, it is their right to do that.
Imagination, then plays upon our fears when there is feeble light, making us see ghouls and hobgoblins in every shadow that moves.
Gaffle turned round and stared at the oncoming horde of hobgoblins .
In his childhood Martin was afraid of the dark, of ghosts and hobgoblins , and his fear of attack by the threatening unknown later came to surface in his art.
It is a time when the very mention of witches, gnomes, hobgoblins and ogres is enough to conjure up a fantasy world populated with a multitude of such creatures.