The stars serve as glittery, flawlessly complexioned bait, enticing those fish into one big pond.
These are the kinds of uncomfortable and sometimes upsetting scenarios that make the two-year-old web series so enticing.
Volunteers exposed a patch of their forearm and a machine blew air across it, enticing mosquitoes into a trap.
That combination of high scores and full tuition is simply too enticing to ignore.
Evidently the opportunity for advertising was too enticing for some.
It was about three o'clock in the afternoon, and the streets of the enticing and confusing city were crowded.
The scent of the water, at once enticing and bitter, intoxicated him.
Business propositions, with enticing pictures of great wealth, came to him.
It had been a most enticing mystery, you know; and the woman in the case was extraordinary, to say the least.
There were enticing sounds from the cook house and enticing odors in the air.
late 13c., intice, from Old French enticier "to stir up (fire), to excite, incite," perhaps from Vulgar Latin *intitiare "set on fire," from Latin in- "in" (see in- (2)) + titio (genitive titionis) "firebrand," of uncertain origin. Meaning "to allure, attract" is from c.1300. Related: Enticed; enticing.