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To her was due the inveigling of his mother into making a neighborhood call so that they could have the house to themselves.
THE GAMEJACK LONDON
Callicrates and other popular leaders became mercenary instruments for inveigling their countrymen.
THE FEDERALIST PAPERSALEXANDER HAMILTON, JOHN JAY, AND JAMES MADISON
I had a suspicion that he was inveigling me into playing without any intention of allowing me to take his measure.
He means to take the earliest opportunity of inveigling her from your care, secure, as he boasts, of her pardon in her attachment.
SELF-CONTROLMARY BRUNTON
He heard her inveigling Antone, the old Italian labourer, into confidences.
SISTERSKATHLEEN NORRIS
Here she wrote her books and contrived her system for the inveigling of editors and critics.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
It was seldom he let slip an opportunity of inveigling Father Tiebout into a good-humored discussion on a point of this kind.
LONG ODDSHAROLD BINDLOSS
When Jacob Ensley is drunk he openly charges him with inveigling Martha away and hiding her.
THE HEART'S KINGDOMMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
He wondered at the inveigling content that introduced itself into her voice, face, and gesture.
VAIN FORTUNEGEORGE MOORE
The minister, after many days, discovered who his correspondent was, and succeeded in inveigling the stone-breaker to the manse.
AULD LICHT IDYLLSJ. M. BARRIE

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