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Sentence count:21+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: amusebamboozlecharmcheatdeceivedupeentertaintrickSimilar words: guilebegunguiltygalileo galileibegbeganbeginbuiltMeaning: [bɪ'gaɪl]  v. 1. influence by slyness 2. attract; cause to be enamored. 
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1. The teacher used to beguile her pupils with fairy tales.
2. Nothing can beguile the old man.
3. Games are usually used to beguile small children.
4. Beguile sb. into doing sth.
5. They are playing cards to beguile the time.
6. They sang songs to beguile the long winter evenings.
7. Beijing has a multitude of attractions to beguile the foreign tourist.
8. He used his newspapers to beguile the readers into buying shares in his company.
9. The tapestries continue to beguile all those who visit the cathedral.
10. To beguile some of the time in Malvern, they went to the cinema.
11. When dreams of your presence slumbers beguile.
12. When dreams of your presence my slumbers beguile.
13. He beguile me into sign this contract.
14. I see that men still know how to beguile us women with false words.
15. And this I say, lest any man should beguile you with enticing words.
16. Whose fresh repair if now thou not renewest, beguile the world, unless some mother.
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17. Original light fittings and door fixtures beguile with their period charm and obvious wear and tear.
18. Therefore you can happily build word pictures with which to beguile and captivate an audience.
19. That does not suggest the outrage that a perusal of Hansard might beguile readers into expecting.
20. Although Rachmaninov was internationally celebrated during his lifetime as a virtuoso pianist, his sweepingly Romantic compositions have lived on to beguile audiences in the 21st Century.
21. With iridescent fins and scales as stunning as any mortal evening gown, a rapturous sea nymph rises from the depths clasping a cache of saltwater pearls to beguile her land-bound lover.
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