Definition Of beguile

verb

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.


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