- Latin inescatus, past participle of inescare; in- in + esca bait. (Wiktionary)
“Proteus-like, in all forms and disguises, that go abroad in the night, to inescate and beguile young women, or to have their pleasure of other men's wives; and, if we may believe  some relations, they have wardrobes of several suits in the colleges for that purpose.”
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