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They did not belong to the class who can be beguiled into evening schools.

Amelia was not to be beguiled, even by that anger which veils itself as justice.

Jeff was roaming on, beguiled by his new thoughts and the sound of his own voice.

He must be beguiled, distracted from the memory of his broken fetters.

She had ever been healthy-minded as a child; even the pure imaginings of love had not beguiled her.

He had put it there so that his father might be beguiled into resting after work.

Long, tedious hours are beguiled in the perusal of their contents.

I cannot recollect that she ever once beguiled me with a mere nurse's tale.

It tickled Paul's ear, and to get more of it he beguiled the boy to talk.

He beguiled her into the future, from which she had hitherto recoiled.

WORD ORIGIN

early 13c., from be- + guile (v.). Related: Beguiled; beguiling.

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