verb (used with object), be·guiled, be·guil·ing.
to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude.
to take away from by cheating or deceiving (usually followed by of): to be beguiled of money.
to charm or divert: a multitude of attractions to beguile the tourist.
to pass (time) pleasantly: beguiling the long afternoon with a good book.
Origin of beguile
Synonyms for beguile
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His Eve would be indeed a part of him, unbeguiled, and therefore more beguiling.Cabbages and Kings
verb -guiles, -guiling or -guiled (tr)
to charm; fascinate
to delude; influence by slyness
(often foll by of or out of) to deprive (someone) of something by trickery; cheat (someone) of
to pass pleasantly; while away
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