Antonyms for beguiles

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One of them beguiles his daughter and teaches her to rob him.

Perhaps it is because of its essentially feminine traits that it so beguiles.

A Methodist means a deceiver, one who deludes, cheats and beguiles.'

She beguiles them by promises to admit her, which they finally do.

There is an ambiguity about it all that constantly haunts and beguiles.

Delilah beguiles him, tempts him, presses him with her wiles.

An old bull swaggers down to the water, receives a graceful and beautiful female, and beguiles her to his harem.

She is the most abandoned creature in this town; she beguiles the men so that I can make no impression on them.

He comes in the shape o' a young lover, and beguiles the hearts o' young maidens.

A pleasant chance companion, bound to the same port, beguiles the time for us.