'Inveigle' means to entice, lure or lead astray, by false representations or promises, or by other deceitful means. [United States v. Macklin, 671 F.2d 60, 64 (2d Cir. N.Y. 1982); See also, United States v. Hoog, 504 F.2d 45, 51 (8th Cir. Mo. 1974)].
The definition of inveigle exclude the use of physical means or force. Thus luring or enticing a person through some trick or fraud or temptation without the use of physical force or means is called 'inveigle.' [Macklin, 671 F.2d at 66].