verb (used with object), be·guiled, be·guil·ing.
Origin of beguile
Examples from the Web for beguiler
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
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