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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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?
Maybe it's the softness, or maybe it's the ethereal meltin- your mouth quality that makes you go as gooey as the chocolate topping that inveigles you to itself.
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." (228) Therefore, when the Act later requires that the victim "is willfully transported," the "transporter"--the actor doing the transporting--must still be "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.
His professionalism wins him high marks with his boss, but trouble looms in the shape of Jani (Alex Kingston), a South African high-roller who makes eyes at him across the blue baize and later inveigles him into helping her shady associates rob the joint.
Margarethe inveigles herself into the family home with Ruth and soon takes tyrannical control of the household.