entice

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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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Anarchist group member Brendan Crill also contended they have been singled out by the Los Angeles police and Mayor Richard Riordan's Office as probable enticers of violence during the convention.
The premiere of For Ella (to music sung by Ella Fitzgerald) featured Kozlova and Victoria Rinaldi, with swiveling-hips and neon-dipped pony-tails, as the high-kicking, honky-tonk enticers of four swains.
No wonder the enticers of West German right-extremist groups met with such a fertile ground for their propaganda when the Wall fell in November 1989.
The W790 increases the impact of direct mail and boosts mail "openability" by printing professional logos and enticers in color, directly on envelopes, postcards and self-mailers.
It enables marketers to rapidly create and execute web-based enticers, such as reward-based surveys and online contests, to engage prospects through CRM processes, and build prospect profiles incrementally and non-invasively.