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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Then he inveigles his way through a police cordon and into the house of the killer's geriatric neighbour (apparently, all you need do is wave a bottle of milk at the officer on duty and say, "Groceries for old Stan") before berating the doddery duffer in his own living room for not having spotted the warning signs about the loony next door.
He's looking lean, tanned and on the wagon, so how soon before he inveigles his way into the family unit, particularly with alcoholic girlfriend Carla back in LA?
The beautiful Poppaea Sabina eventually inveigles Nero into murdering his own mother.
In the cook's absence, the treacherous El Meano inveigles his way into the kitchen and persuades the apprentice that the weather could do with some spicing up.
In the Federal Kidnapping Act, the actor in the sentence is identified as "whoever unlawfully inveigles or decoys.
Then the target shifts to The Haunting as creepy professor Tim Curry inveigles a group of dim students into spending a weekend in a house infested with ghosts and poltergeists.
A Christian inveigles his way into Moraima's house by pretending to be an uncle running from the law.