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1. Deceive, mislead, delude, Beguile mean to lead astray or frustrate usually by underhandedness
2. To deceive by guile or charm: Beguiled unwary investors
3. Beguile means to mislead through trickery or flattery, or to deceive someone in order to swindle them out of something. Beguile can also mean to charm in a good way—you can be Beguiled by an interesting …
4. Beguile To deceive; lead astray
5. Zeus reflects on his promise, and sends a false Dream to Beguile Agamemnon, promising that now he shall take Troy
6. HOMER AND HIS AGE ANDREW LANG And the weary hunters Beguile the long silence of a desert night with the mirth and wonders of a tale
7. Be-gil': In 2 Peter 2:14 the King James Version (compare James 1:14) the word deleazo, is translated "Beguile," and means particularly to "entice," "catch by bait."Doubtless Peter got this idea from his old business of fishing, baiting the hook to Beguile the fish
8. But I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent Beguile d Eve through his subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ
9. Colossians 2:4 View whole chapter See verse in context And this I say, lest any man should Beguile you with enticing words
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11. The Crossword Solver found 101 answers to the Beguile crossword clue
12. Beguile Beauty Box contains 4 or 5 FULL SIZED products each month
13. Beguile (10 Occurrences) Romans 16:18For they that are such serve not our Lord Christ, but their own belly; and by their smooth and fair speech they Beguilethe hearts of the innocent.
14. Some common synonyms of Beguile are deceive, delude, and mislead
15. While all these words mean "to lead astray or frustrate usually by underhandedness," Beguile stresses the use of charm and persuasion in deceiving
16. Was Beguiled by false promises When is deceive a more appropriate choice than Beguile?
17. To Beguile is defined as to deceive someone in a cunning way or to enchant someone and make him become attracted to you
18. An example of Beguile is when a politician uses clever words to trick people
19. An example of Beguile is a stunning woman wearing a slinky dress.
20. To Beguile is to entertain and convince by flattery
21. Someone who Beguiles is tricky and often charming, like when a smooth-talking friend tries to Beguile you into giving them your allowance
22. The word Beguile is from Middle English, and while guile involves deceit, to Beguile means to spend time pleasantly, even if it involves trickery.
23. Color(s): Beguile, clear, dressed, girl boy, mink, mink., mink.., show-off, sophisticated
24. / bɪˈɡaɪl / to persuade, attract, or interest someone, sometimes in order to deceive them : He was completely Beguiled by her beauty
25. The salesman Beguiled him into buying a car he didn't want.
26. Above are the results of unscrambling Beguile
27. We found a total of 43 words by unscrambling the letters in Beguile.
28. Examples of Beguile in a sentence The car salesman tried to Beguile the customer with an offer of free gas for a year
29. 🔊 Because Sarah knows she is beautiful, she often tries to Beguile wealthy men with her looks
30. 🔊 The realtor hoped to Beguile buyers by decorating the house with fancy furnishings
31. See 5 authoritative translations of Beguile in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
32. Beguile, also known as Beguile Form, was an ability acquired by Kain over the course of Blood Omen
33. Beguile was effectively an upgrade of Kain's Disguise Form (which Kain was unable to …
34. To deceive by guile or charm: Beguiled unwary investors
35. To deprive (someone) of something by guile or deceit; cheat: a disease that has Beguiled me of strength
36. To distract the attention of; divert: "to Beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming" (Abraham Lincoln)
37. Inflections of ' Beguile ' (v): (⇒ conjugate)
38. The word Beguile, on the other hand, is still used to convey trickery and deception
39. The OED's entry for Beguile goes thusly: charm or enchant (someone), often in a deceptive way: he Beguiled the voters with his good looks
40. Beguile synonyms, Beguile pronunciation, Beguile translation, English dictionary definition of Beguile
41. To deceive by guile or charm: Beguiled unwary investors
42. “To Beguile a Beast” is a funny and compelling love story between a scarred recluse and a pretty mother of two children, with a secret past
43. What is the definition of Beguile? What is the meaning of Beguile? How do you use Beguile in a sentence? What are synonyms for Beguile?
44. Definition of Beguile in the Definitions.net dictionary
45. What does Beguile mean? Information and translations of Beguile in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions …
46. 1 Description 1.1 At Level 1: 2 Advancement 3 Advantages 4 Disadvantages You Beguile a nearby creature into serving you loyally
47. Definition: to Beguile, deceive
48. Root Definition to Beguile, deceive NASB Translation come deceitfully (1), deceive (8), deceived (3), deluded (1), utterly deceived (1)
49. Beguile (someone) into (doing something) To entice someone to do what one wants through some form of cunning, trickery, or charm
50. Oh, I am going to that gala, even if I have to Beguile one of my co-workers into taking me
51. I can't believe that salesman Beguiled us into buying such an overpriced appliance.
52. Word unscrambler results Unscramble letters Beguile Words made from letters Beguile
53. Unscrambled words made from anagrams of Beguile
54. We have unscrambled the letters Beguile (beegilu) to make a list of all the words found in Scrabble, Words with friends and Text Twist and other similar word games
55. Definition of Beguile written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
56. Beguile (someone) into (doing something) To entice someone to do what one wants through some form of cunning, trickery, or charm
57. Oh, I am going to that gala, even if I have to Beguile one of my co-workers into taking me
58. I can't believe that salesman Beguiled us into buying such an overpriced appliance
59. See also: Beguile Beguile (someone) out of
60. Nouns for Beguile include Beguilement, Beguilements, Beguiler, Beguilers, beguiling, beguilingness and beguilings
61. Beguile definition: If something Beguiles you, you are charmed and attracted by it
62. KJV Dictionary Definition: Beguile Beguile
63. The serpent Beguiled me and I did eat Gen.3
64. When misery could Beguile the tyrant's rage
65. Beguile 'Beguile' is a 7 letter word starting with B and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Beguile' Clue Answer; Charmingly divert (7) Beguile: Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Beguile We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Beguile will help you to finish your crossword today
66. Beguile somebody to attract or interest somebody
67. The tapestries continue to Beguile all those who visit the cathedral
68. We found 13 answers for “Beguile”
69. This page shows answers to the clue Beguile, followed by 8 definitions like “Influence by slyness”, “To elude, or evade by craft” and “Attract; cause to be enamored
70. Princess! they are simple, and such as Beguile tentmen and tentwomen shut in by the desert, their fancies tender as children's.
71. By strong delusion; such as Beguile the soul with damnable doctrines, that swerve from faith and godliness, 'They have chosen their own ways,' saith God, 'and their soul delighteth in their abominations.
72. Beguile - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
73. Spanish Translation of “Beguile” The official Collins English-Spanish Dictionary online
74. The teacher used to Beguile her pupils with fairy tales
75. Nothing can Beguile the old man
76. Games are usually used to Beguile small children
77. They are playing cards to Beguile the time.
78. ‘To Beguile the time he talks of Transylvanian history with the mayor.’ ‘Books should Beguile the time.’ ‘We Beguiled our time chiefly in eating and drinking.’ ‘The train was rather late, so we Beguiled the time by counting our pocket money and comparing notes thereon.’
79. Find 79 ways to say Beguile, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.