Definition of Beguiler

1. Noun. Someone who leads you to believe something that is not true.




2. Noun. A person who charms others (usually by personal attractiveness).
Exact synonyms: Charmer
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Specialized synonyms: Heartbreaker
Derivative terms: Beguile, Charm

Definition of Beguiler

1. n. One who, or that which, beguiles.

Definition of Beguiler

1. Noun. A person who beguiles ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Beguiler

1. one that beguiles [n -S] - See also: beguiles

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beguiler

begrudged
begrudger
begrudgers
begrudgery
begrudges
begrudging
begrudgingly
begrudgingness
begry
begs
begs off
beguile
beguiled
beguilement
beguilements
beguiler (current term)
beguilers
beguiles
beguilest
beguileth
beguiling
beguilingly
beguilingness
beguilings
beguilt
beguilted
beguilty
beguin
beguinage
beguinages

Literary usage of Beguiler

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1. Worst Boys in Town: And Other Addresses to Young Men and Women, Boys and Girls by James Langdon Hill (1920)
"That is, she is Heaven-appointed to stand at the angle where the beguiler touches human-kind. At the furthest outpost where righteousness antagonizes ..."

2. Worst Boys in Town: And Other Addresses to Young Men and Women, Boys and Girls by James Langdon Hill (1920)
"... the serpent, the tempter, the beguiler, and the woman. That is, she is Heaven-appointed to stand at the angle where the beguiler touches human-kind. ..."

3. Han to Han: Otherwise, Half and Half; Being Impressions During Some Years by Yotsu Me (1907)
"Superior Man Shakespeare tells how that beautiful beguiler, Kei Sei, ... Then further does this beguiler, having persuaded the youth to woful state as if ..."

4. The Song of Hyacinth, and Other Stories by John Oxenham (1908)
"A SIMPLE beguiler 1 1 "Two minutes later than last night, and last night he was a minute and a half later than the night before," said brother Matt, ..."

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