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2. the wiles of a skilled negotiator.
3. All her wiles were to persuade them to buy the goods.
4. wile away a Sunday afternoon.
5. wile sb. into doing sth.
6. Fox's wiles will never enter the lion's head.
7. It was impossible to resist her feminine wiles .
8. She used all her feminine wiles on Sam in order to get her way.
9. She used her womanly wiles/charms to persuade him to change his mind.
10. All her wiles were not enough to persuade them to sell the property.
11. She'll have to use all her feminine wiles to get him to agree.
12. Their wiles are starting to work.
13. They valued wiles, street smarts, never education.
14. My wile and I consider this to be a most fortunate match.
15. Am I proud of resorting to stereotypical womanly wiles when I am supposed to be a postmodernist feminist egalitarian?
16. After repelling the wiles of Tufnell, Wright and Jones ensured that three figures were raised by the close.
17. Or, in keeping with theme week, the hapless Wile E.. Coyote in futile pursuit of the Roadrunner.
18. Wile waiting, mama took pic for me.
19. What does Wile E Coyote want?
20. Wile Charles was in prison; Sydney Carton had also arrived in Paris.
21. The caff is a good place to wile away an evening.
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22. To the moment they have enough time to wile away.
23. We're kind of like Wile E. Coyote plotting a batch of schemes to capture the road runner, only we're trying to catch an entire flock.
24. Make it very clear that when she's in your atmosphere, her wiles are completely inert.
25. No, let such fellows as Williams be taken in by her artful wiles!
26. It warms the cockles of my female heart to know that such womanly wiles still continue to manipulate and convince.
27. One of the age old activities that kids have done in the summer months to wile away the hours is to create a skit involving neighborhood children.
28. Or are we heading for a cliff, or already over the edge and simply unaware, like Wile E. Coyote in those old Road Runner cartoons?
29. I compared those who hadn't noticed this peak to Wile E. Coyote of the "Road Runner" cartoons, who runs off the cliff and finds himself suspended in air before dropping to the valley floor.
30. It was also considered that if someone had hours to wile away, they should be practicing their archery, not whacking at wooden balls with mallets.