He was a children's entertainer and they were beguiled
by his singing and painting.
Krishna, a lovably scapegrace incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu, has beguiled
audiences for centuries with the heedless charms of an old-fashioned boy.
On loan from their native China, eight-year-old Bai Yun and 20-year-old Shi Shi have beguiled
behaviourists hoping to mate the endangered animals since they joined the zoo in September 1996.
Small children are beguiled
by these little molluscs that ooze around with their home on their backs, and have their eyes on stalks.
A Milky Way object that erupted in the constellation Scorpius has beguiled
astronomers with its fireworks since late July.
Lara Croft, who has dazzled and beguiled
audiences in six episodes of Tomb Raider, one of the world's bestselling game franchises, now has the representation to accompany her star power: a Hollywood agent.
For two centuries, Mars has beguiled
us with its Earth-like appearance.
by the altered likeness, the visitor almost forgot to sit.
Of course, in order to be beguiled
, you have to be in the mood for a movie in which Roberts is more often obnoxious than lovable, Pitt acts like an idiot (though on purpose this time, unlike in some of his earlier roles) and James Gandolfini - who plays that paragon of miserably married masculinity, Tony Soprano, on HBO - shows some unexpected inclinations.
I've been beguiled
by the way artistic habits tend to skip generations.
Kozlova's able partner in the very close pas de deux, Timour Bourtasenkov, is beguiled
, but remains a creature apart.
He is aroused by modernist idealism in the same way that fashion magazines are beguiled
by Miuccia Prada's Communist past.
You see the concept and the vocabulary in the first few minutes, and it doesn't fly from there, especially if one isn't beguiled
by the performers; the two men are joined much later by two women, and only Fin Walker intrigued me.
Do not be beguiled
by the specious arguments of opponents.
When the serpent beguiled
Eve into tasting of the tree of knowledge, according to the Book of Genesis, God condemned the serpent to go on its belly ``and dust shalt thou eat all the days of thy life.