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- n. Obsolete form of enticement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Enticement.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Allurement; enticement; seduction.
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They being most wary, I thought it best to hunt alone, promis - ing faithfully that I would not fall under any en - ticement because of curiosity.
Petition to Governor and Council in Virginia demanding freedom from appren - ticement to Langley.
I couldn't forget, howiver, what I'd done, and the thought of how I'd yielded to the devil's ticement made me more patient and gentle wi 'Jerry nor iver I'd been afore.
Well, I lay i 'bed happen three-quarters of an hour, and sure enough, the ticement began to wark
This is a perilous trade, covetous, and a 'ticement to murder; for, mark ye, if they that ask this should be evil-given, as Gods forbod, they see who hath this gold and silver: may they not come in the night, break in at their houses, and cut their throats for it?
Hardy is out a grate deal from home, and he doesn't want to 'tice the wimin, nur he don't want the wimin to' tice him; so he's put on that great big, ugly beard, that there mayn't be any 'ticement neither way. "