Entice - definition, pronunciation, transcription
...every commercial seemed to be for some tempting snack specifically designed to entice me from my diet...
It is wicked to entice a man from his family.
Nothing will entice the children from television.
Young boys are easily enticed into a life of crime.
Nothing will entice father into breaking the law.
The other firm has enticed away our best secretary.
The birds were enticed back into Britain 40 years ago.
Our special offers are intended to entice people to buy.
Can I take him to court for enticing my wife away?
The company offered bonuses to entice new workers.
present participle: enticing
past tense: enticed
past participle: enticed
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