Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


This man has a sister, Maddalena, who entices the Duke to a lonely inn.

The witch comes in, and entices Sunday away by fine promises.

Her eyes gaze invitingly at the fisherman, whom she entices to his ruin.

Her manner with the Sisters invites and entices them to "put upon" her.

She holds it up to Adam, and entices him to gather more of it from the tree.

For it entices like the old, from stifling streets to the haunts of Pan.

The importance of this Bridge in its far-reaching effects at once entices and baffles the imagination.

Re-appearing at a little distance, she entices them towards her, and thus they at once become good swimmers.

Lucia Brade calls in her pony phaeton and entices Pauline, who is always ready for a pleasure.

Again, the fact that Atli entices the brother of his wife into his power, has been urged as a parallel.