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beguile
used in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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Definition
to charm, enchant, or entertain someone; or to deceive — especially through charm
  • The Nolan men grew handsomer, weaker and more beguiling with each generation.
    Chapter 8 (3% in)
  • She rushed out to the delicatessen store and beguiled the man into letting her open a charge account until Saturday payday.
    Chapter 9 (82% in)
  • They almost forgot about eleven o'clock, the mud pie making was so beguiling.
    Chapter 18 (28% in)
  • His free lunch was no better than theirs and there was no beguiling entertainment other than that spontaneously contributed by his customers.
    Chapter 38 (25% in)

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