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Entice - Wikipedia

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Entice and similar may refer to: Yamaha Enticer, a 2003 motorcycle manufactured in India N-Tyce, a UK girl group in the late 1990s; N-Tyce, a rapper with ...

Entice | Define Entice at Dictionary.com

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Entice definition, to lead on by exciting hope or desire; allure; inveigle: They were enticed westward by dreams of gold. See more.

Entice | Definition of Entice by Merriam-Webster

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Define entice: to attract (someone) especially by offering or showing something that is appealing, interesting, etc. — entice in a sentence.

entice Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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entice definition, meaning, what is entice: to persuade someone to do something by offering them something pleasant: . Learn more.

entice - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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Let's say your friend wants to go to the movies and you don't want to. Your friend might try to entice you by offering to buy you popcorn and a soda. Entice means ...

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Synonyms for entice at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

Entice - definition of entice by The Free Dictionary

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tr.v. en·ticed, en·tic·ing, en·tic·es. To attract (someone), usually to do something, by arousing hope, interest, or desire: The good review enticed me to see the ...

entice - definition of entice in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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'a show which should entice a new audience into the theatre'. [with object and infinitive] 'the treat is offered to entice the dog to eat'. More example sentences.

entice - Wiktionary

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entice (third-person singular simple present entices, present participle enticing, simple past and past participle enticed). (transitive) To lure; to attract by arousing  ...