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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of enveigle.

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Examples

  • French Letters and the English Canon by Mark Daniel (Timewell Press) will arm you cap a pie with a cachet of all those mots juste that have been enveigled into the English language.

    48 entries from October 2007

  • French Letters and the English Canon by Mark Daniel (Timewell Press) will arm you cap a pie with a cachet of all those mots juste that have been enveigled into the English language.

    Loo Books

  • French Letters and the English Canon by Mark Daniel (Timewell Press) will arm you cap a pie with a cachet of all those mots juste that have been enveigled into the English language.

    Loo Books

  • Nevertheless, Stanhope was enveigled into a silent flirtation which he describes thus amusingly:

    The Letter-Bag of Lady Elizabeth Spencer-Stanhope — Volume 1

  • He was convicted of having enveigled his nephew, of eight years old, to the Mölker bastion of the city fortification, and of having thrown him over the parapet into the dry ditch below.

    A Tramp's Wallet stored by an English goldsmith during his wanderings in Germany and France

  • And yet whiles he spake came another and said: The Chaldees made three hosts and have enveigled thy camels and taken them, and have slain thy servants with sword, and I only escaped for to bring thee word.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 2

  • She played a thousand tricks, and enveigled from the brooding girl her most darling thoughts.

    The Forest Lovers

  • "Ye have enveigled and entrapped me by artful questions, and then put constructions on my answers which do not belong to them.

    The Knight of the Golden Melice A Historical Romance

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