Origin of beguile
OTHER WORDS FROM beguilebe·guile·ment, nounbe·guil·er, nounun·be·guiled, adjectiveun·be·guil·ing, adjective
How to use beguile in a sentence
They make him alternately the creature and beguiler of the King.
The story of Cleopatra, the beguiler of Mark Antony, is too well known to need repeating here.Oriental Women|Edward Bagby Pollard
And he called Herodotus a thief and a beguiler, and “the same with intent to deceive,” as one of their own poets writes.Letters to Dead Authors|Andrew Lang