Meaning of beguiler in English:

beguiler

Pronunciation /bɪˈɡʌɪlə/

noun

See beguile

‘All the actors are superb, but Tena is the chief beguiler.’
  • ‘Like accounts of practical jokes, such narratives focus on issues of belief, beguilers, and the beguiled.’
  • ‘They held him guilty of acts of sorcery; they thought him a wicked beguiler of the common people.’