enticement


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Synonyms for enticement

Synonyms for enticement

Synonyms for enticement

something that seduces or has the quality to seduce

qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward

the act of influencing by exciting hope or desire

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The maximum penalty for enticement of a child is 5 years in state prison and a $5,000 fine.
Enticement, a one-time Oaks fancy, visited Saint-Cloud at the end of June, when she was last in a Group 2 over 1m4f won by subsequent Pride Stakes winner Ashalanda.
Officials report the ground to be in excellent shape as their three-day meeting kicks off and Enticement should be able to deal with quicker conditions.
Midday was fourth behind the Queen's unbeaten Enticement in her most recent start at Newmarket last November, where the 1000 Guineasplaced Super Sleuth was beaten a short-head.
This represents an interesting finding that challenges the intuitive notion that, behaviorally, offenders in CST cases mirror those in domestic Internet enticement or child pornography investigations.
So it dawns upon you that this city of dreams can be worked upon by master architects through a process of moving you through enticement, revelation, decoy, story-line.
The characters have sufficient angst to enable readers to identify with the pains of growing up, and the magical elements add to the enticement.
Monfort, 27, was charged with child enticement in Springfield, Ohio, after he paid youngsters up to pounds 30 to insult him for being fat.
The jury of ten women and two men deliberated for six hours before finding him innocent of first-degree sexual assault of a child and of child enticement.
I thought the prospect of beddy-bye with her no enticement.
Presiding Judge Yoichi Sato acknowledged the mental suffering of the former followers, who are all women, and determined that the church's systematic enticement program is illegal because those who recruit followers ''take advantage of people's weakness while concealing their true purpose of spreading religious teachings.
Nicholson says that sometimes new residents are hesitant to emerge from their rooms, but that Magic serves as an enticement for them to venture out and explore the facility.
The city is a display of enticement and illusion; its recent reinvention as a series of hotel theme parks only heightens those basic appeals.
For companies planning to go public, the service should hold considerable enticement to take their business to Deutsche Bank, as it will enable them to access its 575,000 online customers.
Comprising 567 irregularly rhyming lines, the poem recounts the plight of Laura, who succumbs to the enticement of the goblins and eats the fruit they sell.