Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tempt.(verb)
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Use "tempts" in a sentence
"The title tempts one to think that this may be the case, and as I am in search of such jewels as certainly constitute 'the world's best wealth,' I hope to find a few in this old-fashioned casket, especially after the specimen you have sent, and which I take for granted to be a genuine specimen of the quality (whatever be its antiquity) of the hidden treasures."
"She denies her feelings, but an as-yet-unseen skin tempts her towards enticing Kinan."
"The mention of this latter name tempts me to narrate an amusing story of old John Jacob Astor, the founder of the fortune of that family, and a man who was more noted for acquiring money than for giving it away for any purpose."