Which preposition to use with deluding

into Occurrences 11%

Cromwell, my lords, suffered himself to be hurried away by the near prospect of present advantages, and the apprehension of present dangers; and every other man has been, in the same manner, sometimes deluded into a preference of a smaller present advantage, to a greater which was more remote.

with Occurrences 11%

Although it is a sad sight to see all these women deluded with the notion that their sins, however great, could not be pardoned without such a bitter expiation; yet the order and cleanliness that is patent everywhere, and the gardens and greenhouses, lend an attraction to the place in spite of its melancholy associations.

in Occurrences 6%

Elfrida built monasteries, and performed many penances, in order to atone for her guilt; but could never, by all her hypocrisy or remorses, recover the good opinion of the public, though so easily deluded in those ignorant ages.

from Occurrences 1%

Either Man was made in vain, or this is not the only World he was made for: For there cannot be a greater Instance of Vanity, than that to which Man is liable, to be deluded from the Cradle to the Grave with fleeting Shadows of Happiness.

as Occurrences 1%

So that the hearing is as frequently deluded as the sight, from the same causes almost, as he that hears bells, will make them sound what he list.

for Occurrences 1%

The gross exaggeration of the locomotive steam engine may delude for a time, but must end in the mortification of all concerned....

of Occurrences 1%

I, her friend, know that she can feel deeply, and I can distinguish that which she simulates from that which moves her, but the poor creature Rust was in her hands the most helpless and deluded of victims.

to Occurrences 1%

The unlawful gratification of the natural appetites has ever been the snare by which millions have been deluded to damnation.

by Occurrences 1%

There are others whom indolence deludes by some trash about "fits" of inspiration, for whose Heaven-sent spasms they are humbly to wait.

Which preposition to use with  deluding