enticement

[ en-tahys-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enticement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTICEMENT

Her eyes were full of half serious reproach, of laughter and enticement.

He struggled against the enticement that lay in this peculiarity.

He took her hand to kiss, but she bent forward with a look of enticement.

Those whose hearts are pure do not act up to the enticement of the wicked.

What earthly basis can there be for the enticement it holds out to him?

What use is in't, sweet Prue, when all the magic and enticement is gone from it?

It was—nor will I give up such satisfaction, for any enticement that can offer.

This story is vouched for as a fact, illustrating the seductive power of a good commissariat for the enticement of recruits.

But the enticement of acquisition and discovery of novelty whilst there were not the governing influences in Balfour's excursion.

The shadows moved listlessly among the bracken, and every vista was an enticement.

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