beguile (v.) Old form(s): beguild
charm away, while away, pass pleasantly
AW IV.i.21[First Lord to all, of Parolles] Here he comes to beguile two hours in a sleep
Ham III.ii.236[First Player as King to his Queen] I would beguile / The tedious day with sleep
R2 II.iii.11[Northumberland to Bolingbroke] your company ... hath very much beguiled / The tediousness and process of my travel
TN III.iii.42[Antonio to Sebastian] I will bespeak our diet / Whiles you beguile the time
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