- v.欺骗( beguile的过去式和过去分词 ); 使陶醉; 使高兴; 消磨（时间等）;
His paintings beguiled the Prince of Wales.
She beguiled them into believing her version of events.
He beguiled me into signing this contract.
He beguiled us with songs.
We beguiled the children with fairy tales.
Her ways beguiled him.
I was beguiled by the romance and exotic atmosphere of the souks in Marrakech.
He beguiled me into parting with the gemstone.
He beguiled me into lending him most of my savings.
She beguiled the children with all kinds of games.
The travellers were beguiled by the beauty of the landscape.
She beguiled her days with reading.
He beguiled her out of her savings.
He beguiled me into parting with the gem.
He beguiled me into lending him money.
1. filled with wonder and delight