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The clerks had not arrived yet, and he beguiled the time by looking out of the staircase window.
With such like pleasantries he beguiled the happy times we spent together.
Then he would hear more, and when it came to the way in which Evan had beguiled the Welsh servant he laughed.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
Man was beguiled in paradise by one of the spirits of the first creation, who had become spontaneously wicked.
MY RELIGIONLEO TOLSTOY
There were, however, many interesting natural curiosities which beguiled the time in travelling.
He warned James especially against being beguiled into thinking Ralegh a man of a good and affectionate disposition.
SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
At almost every dip she caught up some prawns, beguiled and surprised by her ingeniously gentle pursuit.
Then answered straight the little child: “Brouk into the tower the nobles beguiled.”
Such were the thoughts by which his way was beguiled, when late in the afternoon he reached "The Corvy."
The latter beguiled many weary hours in that tent during the journey.

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