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-- But when he feels he's shoved out of the lime-light by a longer-haired Johnny, it's rough luck that he should try and get back by spending his blooming committee's money coming here and deludin 'the poor seditionist and seducin' your Hatter from his allegiance to his salt ....
Driftwood Spars The Stories of a Man, a Boy, a Woman, and Certain Other People Who Strangely Met Upon the Sea of Life Percival Christopher Wren 1913
What they get f'r their public sarvices in deludin 'a jury is th' same as an offerin 'in a church.
Mr. Dooley Says Finley Peter Dunne 1901
She was very much in earnest an 'Mrs. Fisher overtook us just then an' she said it all over again to her an 'she said more, too -- she said as the way she looks at him in church is all right an' really nothin 'but a joy to look on afore marriage, but she don't consider it hardly decent afterwards for it's deludin' an 'can't possibly be meant in earnest.
Susan Clegg and a Man in the House Anne Warner 1891
"The word 'Blarney' means pleasant, deludin 'talk, said to have originated at the court of Queen Elizabeth.
Story of Chester Lawrence Nephi Anderson 1894
Ah, what a purty boy you are, and what a deludin 'face you've got. "
Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two William Carleton 1831