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Synonyms for entice

Synonyms for entice

to direct or impel to oneself by some quality or action

to beguile or draw into a wrong or foolish course of action

Synonyms for entice

provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion

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As enticements, Moscow is declaring ever-larger design capacities for the putative South Stream pipeline system, rival to the European Union and the American-backed Nabucco and Southern Corridor projects.
The cynics will claim that free and discounted tickets had a lot to do with, but other tracks have used similar enticements and failed and there was definitely a buzz about Goffs Millions day on Sunday.
If Samuel Beckett, Edward Albee and Deaf West Theatre's ever-arresting fusion of spoken text and sign language aren't enough to get viewers through the doors at 5112 Lankershim, I offer a couple of other enticements.
How would such enticements affect your institution's patient flow and strategies?
Five years ago, when real estate values were much lower, there were many financial enticements to consider buying new buildings rather than stretching the value of existing ones, so many owners quickly dismissed as an inconvenience the idea of a building stretch or a vertical expansion.
The IOC's ethics commission called in all five city leaders for talks yesterday following announcements by London and New York of enticements for athletes and sporting federations.
They thought themselves impotent against the insidious influence of radio, as they think themselves helpless against the irresistible enticements of television.
What is certain, however, is that the colossal amount of money and access to global clout and connections that can be proffered by fellow attendees are undoubtedly irresistible enticements to ambitious office seekers such as John Edwards.
It may take several chapters before the novel's many enticements capture the reader.
Lured by offshore enticements, many North American manufacturers have moved their operations overseas, especially to Asia.
With respect to the songbooks, which often serve as keys to interpretation, the author examines the literary, social, and cultural framework, and underscores the need for cautious interpretation, since "the demands of morality and the enticements of pleasure were closely intertwined" (20).
These exclusive enticements have been introduced to make moving into a new home faster, easier and less expensive.
The event, held at Monmouth, is the largest one day show in Wales and will offer entertainment for all the family on August 28 with two live bands, special features for children and a range of enticements for shopaholics.