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- n. Plural form of enticer.
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A great online flirting tip is to use "enticers" in your email communications.
Corpus turpissimum interne, a most deformed soul; honesty, virtue, fair conditions, are great enticers to such as are well given, and much avail to get the favour and goodwill of men.
Oh, they'd hire the most drop-dead gorgeous actresses for the part - beginning with Valerie Gaunt in DRACULA US: HORROR OF DRACULA, 1958, Hammer's vampire girls were gimlet-eyed enticers with alabaster preRaphaelite faces and cold postmortem hearts - but then give them fuck-all to do but stand around while male actors got to have all the fun.
The example selected of such enticers is not of the kind that most of us are in danger from.
(which means, in plain English, to tell lies of him behind his back), we have seen the report contradicted, that Mrs. Norton was about to appear there in a new equestrian spectacle, with double platforms, triple studs of Tartar hordes, and the other amphitheatrical enticers.
[the enticers] a second look; don't listen to them for a minute.