to persuade sb/sth to go somewhere or to do sth, usually by offering them sth
Media should shoulder some of the responsibility by not presenting material that would entice them to smoke, she said.
Songbirds sing to entice mates, and the timing of those songs is often regulated by sunlight.
People trying to entice you to join in will be less than trustworthy.
Spend just opened, a little fragrance, less than a few days, entice some renuzit flies and beetles for it pollination.
Put favourite toys in each corner of a room and entice her to come and get them for herself.
lure, entice, inveigle, decoy, tempt, seduce These verbs mean to lead or attempt to lead into a wrong or foolish course, as of action.
After all, this could be an interesting disagreement that might entice me to take one side or the other.
The cruel coldness trembles our teeth, wrinkles our skin and curl our bodies as if to entice us into the arms of flame at the sight of fire.
Even a pick-up in mergers and acquisitions was not enough to entice investors to get back into the market because of the dismal signs.
This is often necessary to entice a well-capitalized distributor to take on a new product line.