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At first, Jessie exploits the older man's infatuation for her by inveigling him into shopping trips.
ON TRIPS to the Lake District, my nine-year-old son keeps inveigling me into mountaineering shops to look at, of all things, telescopic Norwegian walking sticks.
The document continues: "What counts is more results, better responses to practical issues and not a European superstate or European institutions inveigling their way into every nook and cranny of life."
The songs and performances are typically inveigling, but there are fewer characters.
"You did wilfully pretend to be helpless thus inveigling the defendants to abuse and attack you in the misguided belief they were inviolate from danger only for them to suffer severe and unexpected retaliation and several kicks in the bread basket.
Yet if my 16-year-old self could see me now, hanging out with a load of bean-counters and inveigling myself into the accountancy set, he would be amazed and, in all likelihood, horrified.