(1) This is a student-run event, but they hope to beguile their audience into thinking that they are attending a professional London event.(2) Think you can smooth-tongue me, trick me, beguile me?(3) Books should beguile the time.(4) to beguile some of the time they went to the cinema(5) By the way, in those times cards were not only a means to beguile the time, but also a symbol of the society structure: hearts embodied the priests, diamonds meant the bourgeoisie, spades represented officers and aristocracy, clubs referred to the peasants.(6) To beguile the time he talks of Transylvanian history with the mayor.(7) to beguile some of the time they went to the movie theater(8) Jacob knew now, trusting in God as he was, that he did not need to manipulate and beguile and cheat to find favour for himself and his loved ones; he did not have to worry about his welfare.(9) If Hart hadn't swept our dear girl Stella off her feet, I might have to try and beguile her with my charm.(10) He was a typical graduate student in that he loved to deconstruct everything, and I was particularly beguiled by his amazing ability to take any issue and argue all points of view whether or not he agreed with any of it.(11) When Juliette is beguiled by the charms of Paris, Jean believes he has lost her.(12) The train was rather late, so we beguiled the time by counting our pocket money and comparing notes thereon.(13) I was beguiled by the confidence and humility of this woman.(14) The first mile or so was a beguilingly easy woodland walk, followed by a series of steep climbs and descents through forests of conifers.(15) Like accounts of practical jokes, such narratives focus on issues of belief, beguilers , and the beguiled.(16) She is a fascinating, beguiling woman who I feel very privileged to have met in the flesh.