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  • n  magnetic personal charm
  • n  an entertainment that provokes pleased interest and distracts you from worries and vexations

  • From the start they were tutored in the art of beguilement, the seductive talent of getting looked at.
  • Shakespeare, of course, was describing another historical but mythic character, Cleopatra, whose appeal, like Diana's, is both of beauty, beguilement, good and malevolent powers.
  • But if the West lets itself be trapped by such Red beguilement, Germany will be a vacuum into which Red armies might some day rush, leaving the West to defend the Continent's edge .

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