"A lying spirit in the mouth of all his prophets" as Yahweh's messenger entices Ahab to his doom (1 Kings xxii.
It is written in a relaxed, almost conversational style which entices you to keep turning the page.
The fact that fireworks only appear for sale in late June and late December also entices retailers to up the price even further.
FragranceX: If the prospect of free shipping over $59, discounted MAC makeup and a money-back guarantee entices you, you may want your next spree to be at FragranceX.
Traps work through scent lures, either mimicking the sexual scents of female beetles to lure only males or using a general scent that entices both sexes.
If you guessed a great Pinot that entices with a steamy perfume of red fruit and jasmine, then you deserve a glass.
For example, a copywriter would be hired to write the brochure that entices the reader to buy a car while the technical writer would be hired to write the owner's manual that explains how to use all of the car's fancy features.
Just outside of Las Vegas, the natural beauty of Nevada entices visitors.
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