entices|enticed|enticingɪn'taɪs verb +provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion
lure, allure, tempt, attract, draw, seduce, coax, persuade, prevail on, beguile, cajole, blandish, wheedle; decoy, lead on, inveigle, Colloq sweet-talk, soft-soap, Slang suck in:
The prospectus enticed 3.15 million people to buy shares in the company.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective something that is enticing is so attractive and interesting that you want to have it or know more about it: The offer was too enticing to refuse. + An enticing smell came from the kitchen. + The idea of two weeks in the sun sounds very enticing. enticingly adverb
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