inveigle[ in-vey-guhl, -vee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inveigle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVEIGLE
We will inveigle ladies fair, and wed them in our secret cavern.
He tried to inveigle me also into it, but I remained glum and silent.
My plan will be to inveigle him into going over a ferry to "see a man."
We must, by some means, inveigle him to a place where you can work your sweet pleasure on him.
Am I a Jasper that you seek thus to inveigle me into purchasing a gold-brick?
Why should Ryanne wish to inveigle him into the hands of this man Mahomed?
The countess next tried to inveigle the earl into her power.
He advises to inveigle; he condoles and sympathizes to ruin.
It is excusable to sort of inveigle a sinner into righteous paths.
Also a few uncommon words, like seignior, inveigle, plebeian.