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- What dreams beguile you on your poet's height?
- MEPHISTOPHELES If it so please thee, I'm at thy command; Only on this condition, understand; That worthily thy leisure to beguile, I here may exercise my arts awhile.
- Accurs'd what each as property beguiles, Wife, child, slave, plough, whate'er its name!
- Me canst thou cheat with glozing wile Till self-reproach away I cast,— Me with joy's lure canst thou beguile Let that day be for me the last!
- MEPHISTOPHELES A pretty play our leisure to beguile!
- FAUST With but Seven hours I could succeed; Nor should I want the devil's wile, So young a creature to beguile.
- While bright with stars the heavens appear, I'll sing a masterpiece of art: A moral song shall charm her ear, More surely to beguile her heart.
There are no more uses of "beguile" in Faust -- Part 1 (translated by Theil).
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