- un·en·ticed, adjective
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How to use entice in a sentence
Still, whether DFS follows the path first trodden by iodized salt, from targeted intervention to universal condiment, depends in large part on whether commercial saltmakers can be enticed to begin manufacturing it at scale.One man’s crusade to end a global scourge with better salt | Katie McLean | December 18, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Hague enticed sweatshop factories fleeing nascent unionization out of New York City, while also allowing the American Federation of Labor to organize more skilled workers on a strict no-strike agreement.New Jersey’s unique political contours make challenging immigrant detention hard | Mary Rizzo, Whitney Strub | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
Sellers discounted the prices of their streaming inventory to entice advertisers to redirect their dollars.
Now as Google Chrome’s sunset of third-party cookies promises to weaken traditional insight tools, many publishers are looking for new data-led strategies to entice agencies and clients to bring them next year’s business.How major publishers are driving revenue with brand lift measurement | Brand Metrics | December 14, 2020 | Digiday
When Fast Eddie enticed her with 10 G’s in cash for “profit sharing,” that was a big surprise.‘Big Tow’ has action, humor, and a lesbian romance | Terri Schlichenmeyer | December 11, 2020 | Washington Blade
In the past, the international community has enticed the Kim regime to negotiate by giving up-front concessions.
They enticed Yanukovych into an economic deal that would have gradually diminished Russian influence in Ukraine.
The area, which once hosted a large lake, had an attractive climate that enticed herbivores and then carnivores.
Joanna Angel, owner of Burning Angel, knows that consumers need to be enticed.Free Porn Is Threatening the Adult Industry. Here Are Five Ways to Save It. | Aurora Snow | September 9, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
So far, the effort is underfunded and hasn't yet enticed China and India.Hillary Clinton’s Plan to Get Serious About Global Warming | David G. Victor, Charles F. Kennel, Veerabhadran Ramanathan | June 21, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It has been said that a simple Slavonic peasant can be enticed by his national songs from one end of the world to the other.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician | Frederick Niecks
It had started with the hypothesis that the man had been enticed by Zuela, and shipped aboard the Tamaulipas for Chili.Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
If she was enticed away by artful blandishments, or kidnapped by cruel violence, we knew not.Our Cats and All About Them | Harrison Weir
He enticed the girl from her peaceful home, and grief for her loss brought the old father to his grave.The Monctons: A Novel, Volume I | Susanna Moodie
They could not believe in frauds and swindles at the hands of such men as they who enticed them to irreparable financial ruin.Thirty Years in Australia | Ada Cambridge
British Dictionary definitions for entice
(tr) to attract or draw towards oneself by exciting hope or desire; tempt; allure
- enticement, noun
- enticer, noun
- enticing, adjective
- enticingly, adverb
- enticingness, noun
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