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Definition of "beguiled" []

  • To charm; fascinate (verb)
  • To delude; influence by slyness (verb)
  • To deprive (someone) of something by trickery; cheat (someone) of (verb)
  • To pass pleasantly; while away (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of beguile. (verb)

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Use "beguiled" in a sentence
  • "Ishaq: 442 "By Muhammad's order we 'beguiled' them."."
  • "Gordon Brown has been 'beguiled' with his ambitions into making London the global centre of Islamic banking ......."
  • "Public Defender Steve McCrohan argued that second-degree murder charges were more appropriate in this particular incident saying that Heath Johnston did not act deliberately or with intent, but rather was "beguiled" and "begged", by Sam Johnston, to shoot him."