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inveigle (someone) into (something)

To trick or deceive someone into doing something. I'm just worried that she's using the kids to inveigle you into marrying her.
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inveigle (someone) out of (something)

To use trickery or cunning to obtain something from someone. A: "Does this sound too good to be true?" B: "Yeah, this is definitely a scam, Mom. If you invest, this guy is going to inveigle you out of thousands."
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inveigle (something) out of (someone)

To use trickery or cunning to obtain something from someone. A: "Does this sound too good to be true?" B: "Yeah, this is definitely a scam, Mom. If you invest, this guy is going to inveigle thousands out of you."
See also: inveigle, of, out
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

inveigle someone into something

to coax or trick someone into doing something. We tried to inveigle her into attending, but she caught on to us. I was inveigled into doing it.
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inveigle someone out of something

to deceive someone into giving something up. Are you trying to inveigle me out of my money? I was inveigled out of my money by a common thief.
See also: inveigle, of, out

inveigle something out of someone

to get something away from someone, usually by deception or persuasion. They inveigled a large donation out of Mrs. Smith. The crooks tried to inveigle a fortune out of the old lady.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They attack their sworn enemies, the Genies and inveigle the leaders of the nations of the world.
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William Clark, attempted to inveigle and bribe Crazy Horse into cooperating with invasion, as officials had done with others, but Crazy Horse refused to countenance lies and double-dealing.
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Still holed up in his caravan, Sweeney orders henchmen Hatton and Cully to step up the pressure on DS Gary Tate - who responds by trying to inveigle Pauline into revealing Colin and Howie's whereabouts.
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No small matter for youngish readers, these books feel comfortable in the hand and the color covers inveigle readers to pick them up and turn the pages.
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A Pakistani journalist recently averred that closer economic ties between contiguous Indian and Pakistani territories was a clever Indian ploy to inveigle Islamabad into confederation with New Delhi.