Definition Of beguile
charm or enchant (someone), sometimes in a deceptive way.
every prominent American artist has been beguiled by Maine
help (time) pass pleasantly.
to beguile some of the time they went to the movie theater
Example Of beguile
All the actors are superb, but Tena is the chief beguiler .
Books should beguile the time.
But you were quickly beguiled by the ‘masculine’ voice of the cello.
By the way, in those times cards were not only a means to beguile the time, but also a symbol of the society structure: hearts embodied the priests, diamonds meant the bourgeoisie, spades represented officers and aristocracy, clubs referred to the peasants.
Colour barely stimulated him but drawing beguiled him.