inveigled

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past of inveigle
inveigle
to convert, convince or win over with flattery or wiles
inveigle
to obtain through guile or cunning
inveigle
To lead astray as if blind; to persuade to something evil by deceptive arts or flattery; to entice; to insnare; to seduce; to wheedle
inveigle
influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering; "He palavered her into going along"
inveigle
{f} seduce, entice
inveigle
If you inveigle someone into doing something, you cleverly persuade them to do it when they do not really want to. She inveigles Paco into a plot to swindle Tania out of her savings. = cajole. inveigle into to persuade someone to do what you want, especially in a dishonest way inveigle sb into doing sth
inveigled

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    [ in-'vA-g&l sometimes ] (transitive verb.) 1539. Anglo-French enveegler, alteration of Middle French aveugler to blind, hoodwink, from Old French avogler, from avogle blind, from Medieval Latin ab oculis, literally, lacking eyes.

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