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address, annoy, bother, buttonhole, call, challenge, confront, cross, dare, entice, face, flag, greet, hail, proposition, run into, salute, welcome, whistle for, brace*.
allure, captivate, charm, enchant, engage, fascinate, intrigue, invite, please, tantalize, catch the eye.
Addresses, approaches, accosts, appeals, applies, begs, beseeches, buttonholes, entreats, greets, implores, invites, petitions, pleads, requests, solicits, supplicates.
beckon, bewitch, bring, court, drag, endear, enthrall, entrance, freak out, grab, hook, induce, interest, magnetize, mousetrap, pull, rope in, score, slay, solicit, spellbind, steer, suck in, vamp, wile, knock out, kill, appeal to, knock dead, come on, exert influence, give the come-on, go over big, make a hit with, sweep off one's feet, send*, wow*.
seduces, lures, attracts, draws, allures, captivates, charms, drags, enchants, engrosses, magnetizes, pulls.
ask, bid, command, demand, gesticulate, gesture, motion, nod, sign, summon, wave.
amuse, betray, bluff, cheat, cheer, chisel, deceive, delight, delude, distract, divert, dupe, engross, entertain, exploit, finesse, flimflam, gyp, have, jockey, juggle, manipulate, mislead, occupy, play, rook, scam, send, shave, solace, string along, take, tickle, trick, take in, tickle pink, play for a sucker, con, double-cross, impose on, tickle to death, hoodwink*, snow*, stick*.
approach, buy, buy off, corrupt, get at, get to, influence, instigate, lubricate, oil palm, pay off, pervert, reward, soap, square, suborn, sugar, tamper, tip, buy back, take care of, do business, grease palm, make a deal, sweeten the pot, fix*.
banter, blandish, bootlick, build up, butter up, crowd, get around, jolly, maneuver, massage, oil, push, soften, urge, work on, work over, argue into, brownnose, make up to, play up to, sweeten up, stroke, lay it on thick, suck up to, get next to, hand a line, rub the right way, soft-soap, spread it on, sweet-talk, apple polish.
hugs, kisses, romances, cherishes, courts, bills and coos, caresses, coddles, cuddles, dallies, endears, flirts, fondles, makes love, nuzzles, ogles, serenades, snuggles, spoons, woos.
attract, bait, beguile, cajole, coax, decoy, draw, entrap, inveigle, lead on, lure, seduce, tempt, toll, wheedle, turn on, prevail on, bat eyes at.
heaves, Drives, Strikes, encourages, motivates, inspires, hastens, pushes, urges, forces, energizes, fires, moves, provokes, prompts, jolts, ferments, stimulates, nudges, triggers, punches, thrusts, bumps, knocks, pokes, jogs, catapults, flings, goads, hurls, impels, launches, lobs, pitches, prods, propels, rams, shoves, slings, throws, foments, jerks, hurtles, instigates, jostles, shoots.
induces, influences, sways, coaxes, convinces, enlists, indoctrinates, persuades, sells, tempts, wins over.
Gives, Grants, Rewards, honors, compensates, remunerates, awards, tips, treats, pays, sweetens.
seduces, invites, lures, tempts.
Examples of usage:
  1. If you would call up the spirits, you must remove this woman who entices you from the path of virtue, and renders the sphere impure around you. – Old Fritz and the New Era by Louise Muhlbach
  2. We are no longer able to accept the narrow morality of positive religion, which entices with reward and threatens with punishment; and yet we are apt to forget that, were fate possessed of the most rudimentary sense of justice, our conception of a lofty, disinterested morality would fade into thin air. – Wisdom and Destiny by Maurice Maeterlinck
  3. Should the noosing be effected in open ground, and no tree of sufficient strength at hand round which to wind the rope, one of the Moors, allowing himself to be pursued by the enraged elephant, entices him towards the nearest grove; where his companion, dexterously laying hold of the rope as it trails along the ground, suddenly coils it round a suitable stem, and brings the fugitive to a stand still. – Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon by J. Emerson Tennent
  4. The sphere of the attractive virtue which is in the moon extends as far as the earth, and entices up the waters; but as the moon flies rapidly across the zenith, and the waters cannot follow so quickly, a flow of the ocean is occasioned in the torrid zone towards the westward. – Kepler by Walter W. Bryant
  5. It is a city that enticed and still entices the mighty of the earth; Roman Emperors in the past came to appease the wrath of its gods, a German Emperor to- day comes to pilfer its temples. – The Book of Khalid by Ameen Rihani