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alluring, beguiling, enticing, temptingadjective
highly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire
"an alluring prospect"; "her alluring smile"; "the voice was low and beguiling"; "difficult to say no to an enticing advertisement"; "a tempting invitation"
That entices; alluring; attracting; charming.
that entices; alluring
The numerical value of enticing in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of enticing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of enticing in a Sentence
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve:
I told them we can figure this out together, we can come up with counter-terrorism speech and block these sites that are enticing the most vulnerable members of our society to commit terrorist acts.
Bruce Klingner of Heritage Foundation:
Putting US nukes back on the peninsula makes no military sense, they currently are on very hard to find, very hard to target weapons platforms and to take weapons off of them and put them into a bunker in South Korea, which is a very enticing target for North Korea, what you’ve done is you’ve degraded your capabilities.
The rules say you’re not supposed to recruit a kid until he gets in the portal, but I think we can agree that there’s a lot of people on our rosters who are getting recruited who are not in the portal yet. And that’s the dangerous part — people recruiting your own players before they even want to get in the portal. And then enticing them with NIL opportunities down the road. I get the idea behind NIL, but a lot of times rules get made, and sometimes we don’t think about the consequences that arise from them down the road.
Because of the way that the Biden administration is not enforcing the immigration laws, it's attracting people and enticing people to make this very dangerous trek causing them to lose their lives. I urge the president, stop the loss of lives, you have the ability to stop people from losing their lives if you make it clear that no one can come across illegally.
Trainees don’t get a lot of treats during basic training, and since this bar is made of chocolate, we know compliance won’t be an issue, it’s a lot more enticing than having to swallow a bunch of pills.
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