To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk. See Synonyms at lure.(verb-transitive)
To obtain by cajolery: inveigled a free pass to museum. (verb-transitive)
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Use "inveigle" in a sentence
"Again and again, by feint of foot and hand and body he continued to inveigle Sandel into leaping back, ducking, or countering."
"Several times Wolf Larsen tried to inveigle me into discussion, but"
""Though he's lucky if he pulls even on it, or if he can inveigle a publisher to risk bringing it out.""