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Definition of "enticements" [enticements]

  • Plural form of enticement. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "enticements" in a sentence
  • "It essentially says that despite meetings and enticements from the mayor and officials from Volterra, Summit has decided to film in Montepulciano."
  • ""Self-control is a vital skill for scanning the horizon to be prepared for what might happen to you, for envisaging your own future possibilities, … and for waiting for the really good things that are worth waiting for, instead of jumping for short-term enticements," wrote Terrie Moffitt and Avshalom Caspi , the Duke University psychologists who led the research, in an email."
  • "History records with what unbroken faith, through many changes, and despite many provocations from their allies and many enticements from the French rulers and missionaries, this alliance was maintained to the last."