I know the Sheriff has devised it to beguile
us archers into some treachery.
Mentor," he cried, "do not let Ulysses beguile
you into siding with him and fighting the suitors.
MY BELOVED MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--So eager am I to do something that will please and divert you in return for your care, for your ceaseless efforts on my behalf--in short, for your love for me-- that I have decided to beguile
a leisure hour for you by delving into my locker, and extracting thence the manuscript which I send you herewith.
By bribes of gingerbread of her own making, stamped with a royal crown, she tempted their sunny sportiveness beneath the gloomy portal of the Province House, and would often beguile
them to spend a whole play-day there, sitting in a circle round the verge of her hoop petticoat, greedily attentive to her stories of a dead world.
To-day, as ever, he is ready to beguile
and betray, to smash and to drown the incorrigible optimism of men who, backed by the fidelity of ships, are trying to wrest from him the fortune of their house, the dominion of their world, or only a dole of food for their hunger.
When she marked the beautiful neck of the goddess, her lovely bosom, and sparkling eyes, she marvelled at her and said, "Goddess, why do you thus beguile
He sent back, therefore, an answer calculated to beguile
Lisa, assuring him that he would wait for him at the Poncas village, which was but a little distance in advance; but, no sooner had the messenger departed, than he pushed forward with all diligence, barely stopping at the village to procure a supply of dried buffalo meat, and hastened to leave the other party as far behind as possible, thinking there was less to be apprehended from the open hostility of Indian foes than from the quiet strategy of an Indian trader.
Sunday was as yet two days off; but meanwhile, to beguile
his impatience, Newman took his way to the Avenue de Messine and got what comfort he could in staring at the blank outer wall of Madame de Cintre's present residence.
The whole seemingly monotonous and uncompanionable half-dozen, stabled together, may pass the long wet hours when the door is shut in livelier communication than is held in the servants' hall or at the Dedlock Arms, or may even beguile
the time by improving (perhaps corrupting) the pony in the loose-box in the corner.
Whilst we are waiting we beguile
the time with jokes, with sleep, with eating, and with crimes.
So go not, good master, for I know right well he doth seek to beguile
thee, but stay within the greenwood lest we all meet dole and woe.