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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of blandish.
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In whistle-stop tours around the shires, he blandishes village elders, mayors and masters of the hunt.
The devil deceiveth them that be grown, by fallacy and by hearkening, he flattereth them by delices and blandishes, and oppresseth virtue by violence.
Therefore it is need that a good angel be deputed to the keeping of a man to the end that he address and induce man against the fallacy, that he exhort, and summon him to do good against fiattering and blandishes, and that he defend him from oppression against violence.