enticing

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTICING

It had been a most enticing mystery, you know; and the woman in the case was extraordinary, to say the least.

Her smiles were as sweet and enticing as she or any other girl could make.

It is the very difficulty, the tension, so to say, that makes it enticing.

Enticing speculation, the yes or no of these twelve men, three days ago.

There is a dreamy summer about them which make them enticing as the Hesperides of the ancients.

He had a way, whenever she came to a pause, of enticing her to go on.

Of all the devices to entrap Augusta, this well-meant trick was the most enticing.

Of all forms of pessimism, the metaphysical form was, for a historian, the least enticing.

The scent of the water, at once enticing and bitter, intoxicated him.

There are here no inviting grassy slopes and no enticing forests.

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