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Over the course of nine beguiling pieces — which seamlessly meld observation and imagination — she effects an intimacy that makes us want to sit on the rug and listen.
As with the beguiling “Euphoria,” you’ll be struck by how old “Industry” can make you feel, even if you aren’t that old.
All this time Ruth was quietly spending in her room, beguiling the waiting, weary hours, with pictures of the meeting at the end.
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Said Hallblithe: “Dost thou not owe me a joy in return for my beguiling?”
I am not far from deeming that this is a land of dreams made for my beguiling.
The whole family is portrayed gathering round the fire in the winter evenings and beguiling the time by telling stories.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND
She smiled and went on crooning to him, half singing, half sighing that beguiling little melody of tenderness and entreaty.
THE PIONEERSKATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
In what particular direction do your agreeable powers of leisure-beguiling extend?
Because, miserable slave, you cherish the mad hope of beguiling me yourself, you do your utmost to estrange me from your master.
Grizel perched herself on the corner of the table, and tilted the boudoir cap at a beguiling angle.
LADY CASSANDRAMRS GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY

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