• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Inveigler One who inveigles.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n inveigler One who inveigles, entices, or leads astray by arts and flattery.
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In literature:

Your family and everybody else would say that I had inveigled you into it.
"The Lion and The Mouse" by Charles Klein
Colonel Cresswell had prevented the Tolliver land sale, only to be inveigled himself into Zora's scheme which now began to worry him.
"The Quest of the Silver Fleece" by W. E. B. Du Bois
When inveigled into a movable cage with a falling door, he turned the instant the door fell, seized the lower edge and tried to raise it.
"Bears I Have Met--and Others" by Allen Kelly
Life pressed upon him at every moment of the day, he had been inveigled into a net.
"H. G. Wells" by J. D. Beresford
And while living there, Rama was inveigled into hostilities with Khara, then dwelling in Janasthana, on account of Surpanakha.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
He cursed the system, and the day, and the hour on which he was inveigled into it.
"Phelim O'toole's Courtship and Other Stories Traits And Stories Of The Irish Peasantry, The Works of William Carleton, Volume Three" by William Carleton
When Jacob Ensley is drunk he openly charges him with inveigling Martha away and hiding her.
"The Heart's Kingdom" by Maria Thompson Daviess
He tried, too, to inveigle me into talk of Peter his prerogative, but I would not have it.
"By What Authority?" by Robert Hugh Benson
He felt as if by some rather nice accident he had been inveigled into playing a new game.
"The Heather-Moon" by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
You have inveigled me here to rob me.
"Cad Metti, The Female Detective Strategist" by Harlan Page Halsey
Until now he had sturdily refused to be inveigled into occupational therapy.
"Quin" by Alice Hegan Rice
Inveigle, neither, leisure and weird also have ei.
"The Handy Cyclopedia of Things Worth Knowing" by Joseph Triemens
The more religions and the more follies the better: they inveigle proselytes from one another.
"Art in England" by Dutton Cook
Anyhow, I'm going to buy a ticket for Mrs. Carmody and inveigle her to the entertainment.
"David Lannarck, Midget" by George S. Harney
That was the most deceptive playground that I was ever inveigled into.
"On the Heels of De Wet" by The Intelligence Officer
It would be terrible to her to be suspected even for a moment of a desire to inveigle the heir.
"Ayala's Angel" by Anthony Trollope
Even Mary was inveigled into the little reunion which they held in Dolly's room on the night after they all returned.
"Dolly's College Experiences" by Mabel Cronise Jones
We are here to rescue two ladies inveigled into this house by unworthy device.
"The Great Mogul" by Louis Tracy
Had the foolish young man been inveigled to some den, robbed, and murdered?
"A Little World" by George Manville Fenn
Can't you inveigle him into some dark corner while I run away?
"A Century of Science and Other Essays" by John Fiske

In poetry:

Men know 'tis wrong to wander, that to dissipate is sin,
That the dazzle of the harem is the web the evil spin,
To inveigle and to plunder, and to deprivate and spoil,
But to the flings of nagging wives they make a splendid foil.
"The Shady Side" by Samuel Alfred Beadle