inveigle


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Synonyms for inveigle

Synonyms for inveigle

to beguile or draw into a wrong or foolish course of action

Synonyms for inveigle

influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering

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In the Federal Kidnapping Act, the actor in the sentence is identified as "whoever unlawfully inveigles or decoys.
Moreover, no one has shown how prions inveigle their harmless, normal counterparts in the body to become prions themselves, nor has anyone described the function of those normal proteins.
A Pakistani journalist recently averred that closer economic ties between contiguous Indian and Pakistani territories was a clever Indian ploy to inveigle Islamabad into confederation with New Delhi.
Something tells us that this British-built Honda will manage to inveigle itself into its own niche and feel quite unlike the rest of the field.
I sometimes inveigle a little honey into the mix, somewhere.
William Grant & Sons, the makers of the whisky, have rolled out the Cask Collection at Heinemann and DFS duty-free shops precisely to inveigle airport shoppers looking for something different o talk about.
Just how tightly did you snuggle into your scarf as that brisk chill tried to inveigle its way into your shirt?
On Sunday afternoon and Monday evening - the group will unveil this 1962 story of a professor and his wife who inveigle a young couple into their daunting and alcohol-fuelled power games.
Sweeney orders Hatton and Cully to step up the pressure on corrupt copper DS Gary Tate, who responds by trying to inveigle Pauline into betraying Colin and Howie.
Still holed up in his caravan, Sweeney orders henchmen Hatton and Cully to step up the pressure on DS Gary Tate - who responds by trying to inveigle Pauline into revealing Colin and Howie's whereabouts.
Sure, one may have a couple of quibbles, notably with Cal's relationship with Collins' estranged wife Anne (Polly Walker), which strains credibility - come on, does anyone think a lowly, pasty journalist could inveigle some heat from a politician's attractive wife?
Mind you, there were some dangerous ladies around in the private boxes, and suitably refreshed, I managed to inveigle my way in.
Judge David Aubrey, QC, jailed Jenkins-Lind for two years, telling him: "You by trickery and flattery were seeking to inveigle your way into the space and privacy of children.
It is, of course, just another scam, dangling an occult carrot to inveigle money from the gullible.
He added that Catterick did not inveigle his way into the woman's home using his job.