The definition of inveigle is to convince someone to do something by coaxing or through the use of flattery.(verb)
When you con an invitation to a party out of someone by going on and on about what a good hostess she is, this is an example of a situation where you inveigle an invitation.
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transitive verb in·vei·gled, in·vei·gling, in·vei·gles
Origin: Middle English envegle
Origin: , alteration of Old French aveugler, to blind
Origin: , from aveugle, blind
Origin: , from Vulgar Latin *aboculus
Origin: : Latin ab-, away from; see ab-1
Origin: + Latin oculus, eye (probably loan-translation of Gaulish exsops : exs-, from + ops, eye); see okw- in Indo-European roots.
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