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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of entice.


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  • Petros declined to say whether he thought Hewana had been "enticed" to give a different arrest time.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • His explanation of that word "enticed" had been so thoroughly satisfactory to her that she was no longer in the least angry with herself because she had enticed him.

    Ayala's Angel

  • But after that word, that odious word, "enticed," there went another letter up to London of altogether another nature.

    Ayala's Angel

  • Great was the anger of the owner of the man to find that he had unmistakably "enticed" the maid.


  • The indictment provides little detail regarding how they were recruited or coerced, other than to say that one was "enticed" into having sex with gang members before she was turned over to paying customers. rss feed

  • Google's lead in online search advertising, new advertisers are "enticed" to use Manishin's word to use Google.

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  • Citing concerns for impressionable minors who can be "enticed" to gamble, as well as the potential for online gaming to be used for money laundering, Santiago recommended severe penalties for anyone who would violate the bill.

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  • It seemed to me illogical that you think the westerners "enticed" Taiwan to adopt their democractic flavour.

    Foreign Policy In Focus

  • Stile said that it was Mother Dutton and Mother Devell who had "enticed" her into the practice of witchcraft.

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  • Some staffers were approached last week about volunteering, "enticed" with the threat that this will be the absolute final time that editorial employees will receive two weeks severance pay for each year of service when they leave.

    LA Observed


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