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Word of the Day

en·tice

inˈtīs,enˈtīs/

verb

  1. attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage.

    “a show that should entice a new audience into the theater”

    synonyms: temptlureallureattractappeal to;

    invitepersuadeconvincebeguilecoax,woocourt; 

    seducelead on;

    informalsweet-talk

    “he tried to entice us by promising a screen test at his studio”

    temptingalluringattractiveappealing,invitingseductivebeguiling, charming;

    magneticirresistible;

    informal-licious

    “the Thanksgiving table was an enticing sight”

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