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1. inveigle sb. into sth.
2. inveigle sb. out of sth.
3. Her son tried to inveigle her into giving him the money for a car.
4. With patience and diplomacy, she can eventually inveigle him into marrying her.
5. To be honest I think he has an over-active gland, always trying to inveigle his way into my bed.
6. As a result, hon. Members are left with the option of trying to inveigle their points in an artificial way.
7. With the help of the Hopes, Capote and Harper Lee went on to inveigle themselves into the lives of other key figures in town, notably the Deweys with whom Capote became lifelong friends.
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8. EXAMPLE: My sister works at the concert hall and my brother likes to inveigle her into giving him free tickets.
9. In the main, the eisenhower administration did not try to inveigle Kennedy into underwriting it's policies.
10. In the main, the Eisenhower administration did not try to inveigle Kennedy into underwriting it's policies.
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