Definition of Inveiglers

1. Noun. (plural of inveigler) ¹



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Definition of Inveiglers

1. inveigler [n] - See also: inveigler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inveiglers

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

Literary usage of Inveiglers

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1. Life in the Moslem East by Pierre Ponafidine (1911)
"... their Duties— Thank-Offerings—Divisions of Work among Bands—inveiglers, Stranglers, Grave-Diggers—Thug Methods of Working—First Intimation of Thugs in ..."

2. The Thugs Or Phansigars of India: Comprising a History of the Rise and by William Henry Sleeman (1839)
"At last he yields to the earnest requests of their inveiglers, ... The boat then goes on to some other ghat, having landed their inveiglers again upon the ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"They operated in companies of from two to 200, with scouts, "inveiglers ... Scouts gathered information about travelers, and "inveiglers" wormed themselves ..."

4. India, Past and Present by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay (1903)
"... roads in the vicinity, and endeavored to draw customers to their partners' crafts by tactics similar to those employed by the inveiglers upon the road. ..."

5. Illustrations of the History and Practices of the Thugs: And Notices of Some by Edward Thornton (1837)
"At last he yields to the earnest requests of the inveiglers, ... The boat then goes on to some other ghat, having landed the inveiglers again upon the roads ..."

6. Ramaseeana: Or, A Vocabulary of the Peculiar Language Used by the Thugs by William Henry Sleeman (1836)
"At last he yields to the earnest requests of their inveiglers, ... The boat then goes oa to some other ghat, having landed their inveiglers again upon the ..."

7. India, Past and Present / C. H. Forbes-Lindsay by Charles Harcourt Ainslie Forbes-Lindsay (1903)
"... similar to those employed by the inveiglers upon the road. ... nothing unusual had happened, first landing their inveiglers to procure fresh victims. ..."

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