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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of guile.
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Therefore we shouldn't be guiled or swayed by shots of limp, dead children in grieving arms.
MR. HICKSON'S explanation of "guiled shore," is, however, countenanced by the following passage in _Tarquin and Lucrece_: --
_Guile_ is a noun; and "guiled shore" is _guile-covered_, or
How lovely visions guiled his sleep, aye fading with the break of morn,
Several times in the past, Julia has been dragged around against her will by her mother, and at times she seemed like a bird in a guiled cage.
Obsolete A trick or stratagem. tr. v. guiled, guil·ing, guiles beguiler n.