Bagel or Eagle????

How do you say inveigle? in-vagel or in-veagle?????

Tom-A-toe, tom-AH-toe? Either way, bagel or eagle, is correct. The preferred and most common is bagel. That’s easy to remember then. You’re more likely to eat a bagel than an eagle.

Say it with me: inveigle, to win over by wiles or to acquire by ingenuity or flattery.
As an outsider, she eventually inveigled an invitation to join the exclusive Eagles Club by offering to bring some of her homemade bagels to every meeting.

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