Day-126 (Inveigle)

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Word:
Inveigle

Status:
Verb(transitive)

Meaning:
To persuade someone in a clever and deceptive way: to get something in a deceptive way.

Sentences:
1) She inveigled him to write the letter.
2) We inveigled the information from him.

Origin:
Anglo-French evengleer, aveogler meaning 'blind'.

First use:
1539

Synonyms:
woo, persuade

Antonyms:
discourage, dissuade.

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