Something offered to allure or attract; an inducement, especially to buy.(noun)
Slang A sexual or romantic approach or proposal.(noun)
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Use "come-on" in a sentence
"Which conveniently segues to the magic act of that come-on/come-off eye make-up used in the show, that left me so baffled the first time around."
"A joke misunderstood, a come-on not reciprocated -- this is not the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission's definition of sexual harassment."
"The baker set up a digital shop and promoted it with an arresting come-on: designer shoes made entirely of sugar."