Adjective "Enticing" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɛnˈtʌɪsɪŋ//ɪnˈtʌɪsɪŋ/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Attractive or tempting; alluring.
  1. 'There was something enticing in his vulnerability.'
  2. 'They are the truth in a world of enticing illusions.'
  3. 'Apparently the Victorian government offered an enticing package to seal the deal.'
  4. 'That has the potential to drive some enticing advertising deals.'
  5. 'The Web component has proved particularly enticing for the new e-generation.'
  6. 'Hollywood couldn't have scripted a more enticing movie scenario.'
  7. 'Her extreme popularity among the Democratic base makes her an enticing choice.'
  8. 'A pair of slots going right through the cliff looks enticing.'
  9. 'His lips had met with something soft and enticing, sending pleasant tingles through his body.'
  10. 'Elegantly dressed models from Bangalore set the ramp on fire with their enticing catwalk.'

Definitions

1. to lead on by exciting hope or desire; allure; inveigle: They were enticed westward by dreams of gold.

More examples(as adjective)

"prices can be enticing for investors."

"places can be enticing for tourists."

"people can be enticing with seams."

"people can be enticing in concertantes."

"auras can be enticing in areas."

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Origin

(entice)