entice[ en-tahys ]SEE DEFINITION OF entice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTICE
The fields and wood-paths have as yet few charms to entice the wanderer.
And he answered, "I remember it well; but I am not aware that any are endeavouring to entice me."
And how will you manage to entice the bears there, all to one spot?
I had no time now to entice it into the light of recollection.
Ain't you ashamed of yourself to entice that poor varmint there to his ruin?
I cannot conceive of any inducement which could entice me to make another voyage in her.
Nothing could move him or entice him away from his convivial employment.
A rain which seems also to entice fountains from the earth beneath you.
He tried to entice Washington from the hills to attack in open country.
I would give the world could I entice him into an intrigue with me.'