verb (used with object), in·vei·gled, in·vei·gling.
- invent the wheel,
Origin of inveigle
Examples from the Web for inveiglement
Erma, then, has not been a party to the inveiglement of this young man?Overshadowed|Sutton E. Griggs
Word Origin for inveigle
late 15c., "to blind (someone's) judgment," alteration of Middle French aveugler "delude, make blind," from Vulgar Latin *aboculus "without sight, blind," from Latin ab- "without" (see ab-) + oculus "eye" (see eye (n.)). Loan-translation of Greek ap ommaton "without eyes." Meaning "to win over by deceit, seduce" is 1530s.