Definition of Inveigler

1. n. One who inveigles.



Definition of Inveigler

1. Noun. One who inveigles. ¹

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Definition of Inveigler

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inveigler

invectively
invectiveness
invectivenesses
invectives
invects
inveigh
inveighed
inveigher
inveighers
inveighing
inveighs
inveigle
inveigled
inveiglement
inveiglements
inveigler (current term)
inveiglers
inveigles
inveigling
inveil
inveiled
inveiling
inveils
invendible
invenit
invenom
invenomed
invenoming
invenoms
invent

Literary usage of Inveigler

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1. The Quarterly Review by John Gibson Lockhart, George Walter Prothero, William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, Sir William Smith (1901)
"If, however, as occasionally happened, the inveigler were not successful, and saw he had aroused suspicion, he would communicate in the secret Thug language ..."

2. The Thugs Or Phansigars of India: Comprising a History of the Rise and by William Henry Sleeman (1839)
"The new inveigler gets into conversation with the travellers, and pretends to dislike the appearance of the first, who in his turn, pretends to be afraid of ..."

3. Ramaseeana: Or, A Vocabulary of the Peculiar Language Used by the Thugs by William Henry Sleeman (1836)
"The new inveigler gets into conversation with the travellers, and pretends to dislike the appearance of the first, who in his turn, pretends to be afraid of ..."

4. The Chimes of Corneville: (Les Cloches de Corneville) Opera Comique in Three by Robert Planquette, M. Clairville, Charles Gabet (1879)
"Yes, inveigler. For what Manette .••aid is true. I had a lover, I even compromised myself several times with that imbecile, ..."

5. The Personal History of David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, Edwin Percy Whipple (1894)
"... personal collisions took place; and the Commons was even scandalised by our principal inveigler (who had formerly been in the wine trade, and afterwards ..."

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