verb (used with object), be·guiled, be·guil·ing.
Origin of beguile
Examples from the Web for beguile
Will she beguile him into poor judgment, sidetracking his revenge crusade?
She played a young woman hired to beguile a man, a natural fit for the natural beauty.
Blessed should I be if I could beguile a benighted traveller into safety!Willing to Die|Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Thus lurk they under the name of the Church, and beguile silly creatures with their vain glozing.The Apology of the Church of England|John Jewel
When he was silent, I knew he was conceiving some surprise in the shape of a new fruit, or a new view to beguile me.Summer Cruising in the South Seas|Charles Warren Stoddard
That was apparently a short walk to our distant home, for there was abundant conversation and debate to beguile the way.
I had in this way rest for a day, and somewhat to beguile the time.Memoirs of Leonora Christina|Leonora Christina Ulfeldt