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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entice.

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Examples

  • Every year the Black Friday label entices tenacious consumers to embark on their shopping frenzy.

    PC World

  • - Every year the Black Friday label entices tenacious consumers to embark on their shopping frenzy.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • - Every year the Black Friday label entices tenacious consumers to embark on their shopping frenzy.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • - Every year the Black Friday label entices tenacious consumers to embark on their shopping frenzy.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • As far as this Brady goes...any guy who's going to outright admit, as if he's justified, that he's going to give EMPLOYERS the go ahead to take away what crumbs they throw us so that it "entices" other comapnies to come to IL., stopped me from any crossover.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Probably the most important usability feature is an intuitive user interface, which "entices" the user to explore, which the user enjoys using and which is intuitive, both for inexperienced and experienced users.

    MSDN Blogs

  • The terms "entices" or "decoys" are not rendered meaningless by an interpretation of "takes" that encompasses nonforcible seizures.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • "I know it's been kind of blighted for the last 10 years; that doesn't scare people away, it almost entices people," Mr. McDermott says, comparing it to New York City neighborhoods such as Williamsburg and TriBeCa.

    Riverhead's Main Street Bets on the Unique

  • Tenor William Burden's restrained and mellifluous performance as a very life-like Peter Quint also as narrator in the Prologue was, if not quite sympathetic, not entirely sinister as the "older man" who entices the boy Miles, in a manner not dissimilar to Schubert's initially seductive but later insistent Erlkönig.

    Rodney Punt: Turn of the Screw Gets a Stunning New Turn at LA Opera

  • Tenor William Burden's restrained and mellifluous performance as a very life-like Peter Quint also as narrator in the Prologue was, if not quite sympathetic, not entirely sinister as the "older man" who entices the boy Miles, in a manner not dissimilar to Schubert's initially seductive but later insistent Erlkönig.

    Rodney Punt: Turn of the Screw Gets a Stunning New Turn at LA Opera

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