beguile[ bih-gahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF beguile
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEGUILE
Let Old Eaton have his way, if thereby they might beguile him into paving theirs.
In this way we shall have a model of the whole; and with these and similar discourses we will beguile the way.
All this has served to beguile my heart, and keep it in some degree occupied.
The Circassians also beguile the way on their journeys with riding songs.
No party had been alluring enough to beguile her from her books.
And whither did the example of Dante beguile those who imitated him?
Three tiny girls were to be taught “old maid” to beguile the time.
Paganel tried to beguile the time with his stories, but it was a hopeless case.
You seem to intimate that I am going about the world trying to beguile every man I see.
"'On such a night,'" she quotes, with a smile that might beguile a man's soul.