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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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He always carries a pocketful of corn, and day by day entices the birds further and further away.
POACHERS AND POACHINGJOHN WATSON
And will not its votaries find now, as then, that it entices with the embrace of death and the fascination of hell?
HUMANITY IN THE CITYE. H. CHAPIN
Nobody shoots over it, so that entices the animals; but Prince Ananda has a roomy machan there with an electric light in it.
THE THREE SAPPHIRESW. A. FRASER
This very word “entice” is used of hunting (trapping with bait), and then it is used of the harlot who entices to sin.
STUDIES IN THE EPISTLE OF JAMESA. T. ROBERTSON
We entices him to a barber shop on a bet to have it cut, an' I'm ag'in the union if four flyin' squirrels don't come scootin' out.
FARO NELL AND HER FRIENDSALFRED HENRY LEWIS
Death, tricked out as a fille de joye with a mask, entices a youth introduced by a companion.
THE DANCE OF DEATHFRANCIS DOUCE
The witch comes in, and entices Sunday away by fine promises.
Again, the fact that Atli entices the brother of his wife into his power, has been urged as a parallel.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
"Antonio" entices and beguiles from fiery legend without, but "O'Riley" teaches decorum within.
He turns our heads and he entices, and he makes our poor earth seem like some fabulous kingdom.
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