- To deceive by guile; delude. See Synonyms at deceive.
- To remove from by or as though by guile; cheat: an ailment that includes beguiled myself of power.
- To distract the attention of; divert: "to beguile you from the grief of a loss so overwhelming” ( Abraham Lincoln).
- to pass through (time) happily.
- To amuse or charm; delight. See Synonyms at appeal.
- To delude by guile, artifice, or craft; to deceive or enforce on, as by a false declaration; to lure.
- To elude, or evade by art; to foil.
- To cause the time of to pass with no warning; to alleviate the tedium or weariness of; to while away; to divert.
- To deceive or delude (using guile).
- To charm, delight or captivate.
- attract; reason enough to be enamored
- impact by slyness
- To delude with guile; deceive; impose on by artifice or craft.
- To elude or examine by artifice or art; foil.
- To rob of irksomeness or unpleasantness by diverting the mind; render unfelt; cause to pass through insensibly and happily; while away.
- to change as though by appeal or guile; charm.
- To captivate much like pastimes; amuse.
- To beguile of, to rob of by guile or pleasing artifice.
- Synonyms Cheat, mislead, inveigle.
- 3–5. Amuse, Divert, etc. (see amuse); cheer, solace.
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