- attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage
verb: entice, 3rd person present: entices, gerund or present participle: enticing, past tense: enticed, past participle: enticed
- 1. attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage:
a show which should entice a new audience into the theatre
the treat is offered to entice the dog to eat
- v.attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage:
- a show that should entice a new audience into the theater
the whole purpose of bribes is to entice governments to act against the public interest
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