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- adj. tempting
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tempting.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tempting; seductive.
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The calm, chill waters of the temptatious Rubicon.
But it so chanced that Fair Monday was a stormy day, which is the most temptatious for poor lads in from the country, with only two holidays in the year, most of them.
There was something almost humanly winning and temptatious in it.
Well, things do look temptatious enough, and there's a mighty deal of reason, now, in what you say.
Cities can be exciting places, full of busy streets and markets, temptatious shops, cinemas and theaters, interesting museums and many other things.
"fuel" Han's tingly temptatious adventure side; especially where his friend was concerned.