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  • adv. In an enticing manner

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an enticing manner; charmingly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an enticing or winning manner; charmingly. Formerly also inticingly.


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  • The female called enticingly; the wild game was running for his pleasure on the trails.

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  • It also enticingly refuses to stoop to simple explanations, keeping the precise cause of the apocalypse – an extreme weather event?

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  • Pontevedro, in Giles Havergal's enticingly louche production, is one of those po-faced principalities whose chief characteristic is taking itself just a little too seriously.

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  • Familiar names here include Sarah Lucas, George Shaw and Wolfgang Tillmans, but it will, as always, be the unfamiliar ones that the show serves up most enticingly.

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  • But it is hard for me to walk past a shop where slabs of the jelly-like Karachi halwa, topped with almonds, or newly fried bright orange jalebis sit enticingly in the window, and not find myself at the counter.

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  • The moves show how significant players among Japan's blue chips are negotiating a tight line between maintaining a domestic production and employment base at home that is considered politically and socially significant, and tapping into high-growth markets overseas where labor costs remain enticingly low.

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  • Brushed ever so enticingly at the folds of her mound, flicking out to barely caress the sensitive nub hidden within.

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  • "A point of admittedly very little interest," begins Mark Guthrie enticingly.

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  • The parallel that the story sets up here, between cellars, bodies and concealing walls that never quite manage to do their job well enough is, I think, enticingly explored.

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  • Christie's Max Ernst's 1941 painting, "The Stolen Mirror" Dealers like Alberto Mugrabi said the auction house padded its marathon sale with too many pieces that didn't feel enticingly fresh to bidders because they had already been bouncing around the marketplace privately for months.

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  • kellerman-flesh and blood: She wiggled back into her shirt and sweater, spread her legs- not enticingly, a combat stance- and shot me in the finger. " He thinks he's so smart"

    November 12, 2010