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come-on
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Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
lure, attraction, enticement, inducement, temptation, bait; loss-leader:
The free glassware is a come-on to buy a tankful of petrol.
comedian
n.
humorist, comic, wit, wag, jokesmith; clown, buffoon, funny man, funster, jester, fool, zany, merry andrew:
The new comedian at the variety show is very funny.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[usually sing.] (informal) an object or action which is intended to attract sb or to persuade them to do sth: She was definitely giving him the come-on (= trying to attract him sexually).


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