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Definition of "enticing" []

  • To attract or draw towards oneself by exciting hope or desire; tempt; allure (verb)
  • That entices; alluring; attracting; charming. (adjective)

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  • Present participle of entice. (verb)
  • Enticement; temptation (noun)

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Use "enticing" in a sentence
  • "Despite Cairn's mixed results, the Arctic waters off the coast of Greenland remain enticing for oil companies, where experts estimate that 4. 1bn barrels of untapped crude lies."
  • "It also explains the importance of the photo and profile background creation, which is surprisingly powerful in enticing people to follow you."
  • "And hearing about Marvel's desire to turn it into something with lots of action, although enticing, is much more troublesome than anything Norton has tried to do."