There were books and toys for the New Year, glittering trinkets for the New Year, dresses for the New Year, schemes of fortune for the New Year; new inventions to beguile
You will give me another, which I will try to grow here in my cell, and which will help me to beguile
those long weary hours when I cannot see you.
He had no toys, nothing with which to beguile
the long and tedious hours.
She kept on beside the shaggy man, who whistled cheerful tunes to beguile
the journey, until by and by they followed a turn in the road and saw before them a big chestnut tree making a shady spot over the highway.
I must beguile
her gently and pleasantly along till I've won her confidence, and then she will be ready for anything.
For gifts beguile
men's minds and their deeds as well.
under those circumstances, sir, I happened to be walking in the yard early one afternoon, and happened to have an iron rod in my hand, with which I have been sometimes accustomed to beguile
the monotony of a literary life, when I struck it against an object not necessary to trouble you by naming--'
Another purpose of this issue is to show the key tactics the media employ to beguile
He wrote, "I feel how weak and fruitless must be any word of mine which should attempt to beguile
you from the grief of a lost so overwhelming, but I cannot refrain from tendering you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the Republic they died to save.
As Homer wrote, "Wine can of their wits the wise beguile
," but what of the grapes that make the wine--or rather, the pesticides with which they are treated?
10), Roger Ingram has significantly booked Kieren Fallon for his six-year-old gelding Beguile
The booking of Kieren Fallon points towards the chance of Beguile
in the Great Yarmouth for Great Holidays Selling Handicap at Yarmouth.
Even as it begins to fade, Comet Hale-Bopp continues to beguile
The memories beguile
him--"We did some quite interesting things together which I liked doing .