Verb(1) dispose or incline or entice to(2) provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated(3) give rise to a desire by being attractive or inviting(4) induce into action by using one's charm(5) try to seduce(6) try presumptuously
(1) They use low pricing to tempt people into drinking to excess.(2) There are scores of intriguing recipes to tempt your clientele's palates.(3) He claims you're always trying to tempt God with whiskey and cigars.(4) jobs which involve entertaining may tempt you to drink more than you intend(5) Alluring aromas tempt your taste buds as the baking cools.(6) Some product providers offer a very attractive rate to tempt new customers.(7) Trips to country pubs, barbecues and parties often tempt people to drink alcohol when they would not otherwise normally do.(8) don't allow impatience to tempt you into overexposure and sunburn(9) jobs that involve entertaining may tempt you to drink more than you intend(10) Enticing descriptions on your menu tempt customers to try hot drinks.(11) Sometimes, he says, the bad spirits tempt him to do wrong.(12) The sight of mounds of watermelons and tender coconuts tempt you.(13) how is it that ye have agreed together, to tempt the Spirit of the Lord?(14) Special offers are now so attractive they will certainly tempt tourists to our city.(15) There are some delicious and healthy fruit drinks on the market that could tempt our children into good habits.(16) Their main goal in life is to entice and tempt men.
(1) tempt fate :: elinga ukhanda
1. entice ::
2. allure ::
3. charm ::
4. invite ::
5. lure ::
Different Formstempt, tempted, tempter, tempters, tempting, tempts
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