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- n. A person who beguiles
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, beguiles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which beguiles or deceives.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who leads you to believe something that is not true
- n. a person who charms others (usually by personal attractiveness)
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She smiled like some devilish beguiler who had tempted me to take the first steps toward sin.
And he called Herodotus a thief and a beguiler, and “the same with intent to deceive,” as one of their own poets writes.
Make that beguiler-in-chief, Hillary…and do your homework on the Bill of Rights and Constitution as Senator Feingold has.
 For the leader of all wickedness assumes manifold  forms, beguiler of men as he is, inconsistent, and even contradicting himself, projecting one course and then following another.
That sovereign light, we hear, is a sly beguiler, a false leader, creator of gods and myths, an envious organ of denial, and a professional instrument of deceit.
It is Krishna who is the protector of the universe and its beguiler.
"I am beginning to know it, dear Mademoiselle!" said the pitiful beguiler, slipping through the doorway on tiptoe.
Then came a beguiler, the hellish fiend, full of envy, in the shape of a subtle serpent, and he beguiled the woman; and they both beguiled the man, in whom above all the whole of our nature consists.
I say, because '– Vida nodded at Lord Borrodaile –' you must know Ernestine is a beguiler. '
I say, because '-- Vida nodded at Lord Borrodaile --' you must know Ernestine is a beguiler. '