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Synonyms for come-on

something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward

Synonyms for come-on

anything that serves as an enticement

qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward

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Yet that's what it can feel like when you look at your email inbox: a surfeit of questions, comments and come-ons that invite a speedy reply.
The HHS is working with advocacy organizations to educate laypersons who can train their peers how to recognize illegal and inappropriate come-ons, she added.
More come-ons also sprouted right after healthcare reform passed.
Fellow Roath firefighter Paul Owen said teenage yobs will deliberately start blazes, known as come-ons, to lure firefighters into an area.
And it ended in Catherine taking hotel management to a tribunal claiming sexual discrimination after lewd verbal attacks and come-ons.
Never mind the Buy One Get On Free come-ons, concentrate on the bigger picture of all this price-setting.
While the pair insisted that "Jesus loves you" on the track "Break Bread" from this summer's killer Kryptonite Pussy EP, the frank and passionate come-ons littering "Don't Let Go" could unhinge the toughest homeboy.
One response has involved a direct approach to educating students about money matters and warning about free come-ons.
IN my glamorous life as an A-list showbiz columnist, I've seen all kinds of come-ons and chat-up lines.
Little does the rockin' soul thing as well as she sings the slow come-ons, which is very good indeed.
In a Lana Turner coif, she shows a flair for double-talk--for come-ons that are blatant in their sensuality yet hide the mystery of how serious they are.
She also claims that Mr Watford, who has a fiancee, propositioned a woman to have sex and shouted sleazy sexual come-ons including "You know you want it, you know you want it".
6 percent interest in the broadcaster and has so far offered come-ons such as invitations to Fuji TV stations to subscribers to NTT DoCoMo's broadcasting service.
We associate the remote with passive compliance, the extreme inertia of the couch potato held in thrall for hours on end to programmers, advertisers, and their brain-numbing come-ons.
Voters had no sooner adjusted to the shock of seeing Representative Mark Foley, Republican of Florida, disgraced from office by his come-ons to Congressional pages than Bob Ney took his turn on the pre-election scandal smorgasbord.