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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeguilingbe‧guil‧ing /bɪˈɡaɪlɪŋ/ adjective  ATTRACTattractive and interesting a beguiling smilebeguilingly adverb
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beguilingPaul Verhoeven has a track record of movies so offensive they are perversely beguiling.The odd one out in my list is in many ways the most beguiling.If it all tasted as beguiling as it looks, every dish would be a feast.It is highly beguiling, but it has power to stifle and to kill.By no means the most beguiling feature about this outstanding car, but a unique offer that could be a trend setter.Whole shelves in libraries are devoted to the ramifications of this beguiling game.beguiling green eyesIt sounds a beguiling idea, but a little reflection shows that it will not be so straight forward to achieve.The Introduction to the Finale is given with a beguiling simplicity, and therein lies the key to this performance.
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