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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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"We must find out ways to entice more people to watch the sport in this country.
Indian commercial banks are planning to entice customers into using the online and mobile banking services offered by them.
This is in all likelihood an attempt by Iran to entice more foreign investment into its upstream segment."
Entice is a mythical adventure of pixies, humans, and weres.
What is going on shocks the reader but nevertheless a wonderful read.--sure to entice reluctant boy readers 11 -15 years with its spooky and suspenseful storyline.
'Entice Him' is aptly created with infusions of bergamot, vetiver, patchouli and white musk, thus allowing the male to relish the memorable and treasured joy that comes from Entice, he added.
Bloom adds: "We want to entice and engage with the consumer, and get the fragrance companies behind the campaign in a big way without infringing on their own brands."
Stratus Telecommunications LLC, a provider of VoIP and converged service solutions, announced on Tuesday (2 June) that World Discount Telecommunications (WDT), a US provider of discount telecoms services for residential and business customers, is deploying the Stratus Telecom ENTICE telecommunications platform in a phased roll-out.
"The business sector has a good opportunity with the lower pound to look to the eurozone market to entice people to come and get a bargain.
Combining Emerging's ENTICE (Emerging Network Telecommunication Infrastructure Environment) open solutions call control platform with the Stratus CSB (Converged Service Broker), the solution allows access and control over the control, media and service plane streams of fixed and mobile networks, enabling convergence of services regardless of network or protocols.
An eclectic anthology sure to entice poetry lovers with its medley of fresh ideas.
The Altria Group, the parent company of Philip Morris, spends over $9.5 billion in advertising each year to entice children and people of color to smoke.
To entice them, many states offer tax incentives for the construction or improvement of facilities, purchase of capital equipment or employment of additional staff.
With its wide-eyed cute girls and suave male characters drawn with clean lines, the art is typical for manga, and should entice readers to get lost in the story.
A nationally branded program will entice more suppliers to offer resource-efficient solutions and allow home builders to stay ahead of consumer demand," Pressly said.