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beguile
used in Arrowsmith

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Definition
to charm, enchant, or entertain someone; or to deceive — especially through charm
  • He tried to make it at once amorously joyful, and impersonal enough to beguile the three coatless, beer-swizzling, grinning doctors.
    Chapter 21 (89% in)
  • She let the lady Maecenases of her acquaintance beguile her into several of their Causes, and she enjoyed them as she had enjoyed her active and entirely purposeless war work in 1917, for Joyce Lanyon was to some degree an Arranger, which was an epithet invented by Terry Wickett for Capitola McGurk.
    Chapter 37 (48% in)

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