Thesaurus / beguiles

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

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

Gordon KeithThomas Nelson Page

We continue down the street, and Muldoon beguiles the way with tales of his checkered experience.

Peeps at PeopleRobert Cortes Holliday

Tme, a gigantic spirit, that dwells in the untraveled jungle and beguiles the traveler to his doom.

The Manbos of MindanoJohn M. Garvan

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

William ShakespeareJohn Masefield

"Antonio" entices and beguiles from fiery legend without, but "O'Riley" teaches decorum within.

WhirligigsO. Henry

Though it beguiles us for the time, it dies away in sound, or melts from before, the eye.

Brandy-and-soda sometimes makes men truthful after the third tumbler, and beguiles them with illusory hopes after the fourth.

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

In the OpenStanton Davis Kirkham

Age glides stealthily on, and beguiles us as it flies; just as the swift river glides onward with its flowing waters.

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