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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of beguile.
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- adj. filled with wonder and delight.
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- adj. filled with wonder and delight
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Ishaq: 442 "By Muhammad's order we 'beguiled' them.".
Gordon Brown has been 'beguiled' with his ambitions into making London the global centre of Islamic banking .......
Public Defender Steve McCrohan argued that second-degree murder charges were more appropriate in this particular incident saying that Heath Johnston did not act deliberately or with intent, but rather was "beguiled" and "begged", by Sam Johnston, to shoot him.
Hopefully there will be a bailout for students who were beguiled into taking out massive amounts of student loans at high interest rates.
As Victor stalks Rose, however, he's amused by her insouciant thievery in an open-air market and, even if he doesn't know it, beguiled by her beauty.
British journalists are apparently consensually beguiled by the former, while the latter beat desperately on the door of the media, which will not open.
It was this unbridled passion for creativity that beguiled the many doctors, researchers, and other healthcare professionals who visited our art school campus for a symposium sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
I was more beguiled by "cool" than by cows, no matter how much I thought I wanted them, no matter how I "dreamed" or visualized.
Readers looking for soothing meditations on beauty or nature to set them at ease might be beguiled at first quick glance by a Kay Ryan poem, but they'll be unceremoniously knocked onto their backsides if they read through to the end.
Slim and dashing then, Rajaratnam beguiled colleagues and clients with larger-than-life tales.