How To Use Enticing In A Sentence

  • Kind and tempting was the invitation to prolong my stay at the See House; enticing was the prospect offered me of a visit to a seigneurie on the Ottawa; and it was with very great reluctance that, after a sojourn of only one day, I left this abode of refinement and hospitality, and the valued friends who had received me with so much kindness, for a tedious journey to New The Englishwoman in America
  • Delve further and it is less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Despite Cairn's mixed results, the Arctic waters off the coast of Greenland remain enticing for oil companies, where experts estimate that 4. 1bn barrels of untapped crude lies. Cairn Energy fails to find enough oil off the coast of Greenland
  • Ornate doorways offer glimpses of inner courtyards and enticing interiors; many are university buildings, but just as many are candlelit bistros and bars.
  • The offer was too enticing to refuse.
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  • It has an enticing scent and flavour of just pressed grapes cut with a fresh note of lemon.
  • Kaleidoscope fashions with swirling flowers and paisley prints make little chiffon or satin dresses very bold and enticing.
  • Enticing research also comes from studies of caloric restriction.
  • Yields are on the whole less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a result, the metamorphic forms have a simultaneously repellant and enticing effect.
  • There are some enticing snippets of intricate detail but these are too few and far between.
  • I knew that they did not respond to the alarm call playbacks, so I had to come up with something more enticing. The Elephant's Secret Sense
  • The anemone fish shelters within the waving fronds of the anemone host, enticing other small fishes into the anemone's trap.
  • Here and there came a stream of warm light through an open door, and within, the Mongolians were gathered round the gambling-tables, playing fan-tan, or leaving the seductions of their favourite pastime, to glide soft-footed to the many cook-shops, where enticing-looking fowls and turkeys already cooked were awaiting purchasers. The Mystery of a Hansom Cab
  • That way they might find silly forms of superstition and mysticism less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • I adore the original Fahrenheit to no end, and the idea of a "beachy" or summer verion is enticing! Perfume Review: Christian Dior Fahrenheit 32
  • The teachers knew that combining music and art would be very enticing to these students.
  • Even more enticing is that, like the tubing and skiing offered here, airboarders at Canaan have their own dedicated area - an airboard terrain park, the first of its kind in the U.S. ajc.com - News
  • The cherries were staining her lips an enticing crimson colour, and Cary longed to lean across the table to kiss the juice away.
  • She entered the kitchen to the enticing smell of beef stew, newly baked bread, and apple pie.
  • With a pensive mood, he felt as if the moon was addressing him, and the stars enticing him to answer back.
  • The Macao people have combined Western cheeses, Chinese soybean oil and caraway, coconut milk popular in Thai cooking, and Indian curries into Portuguese cuisine, which is spicy and enticing.
  • Her portrait on the back cover is as enticing and exotic as the pink cloudberry sorbet on the front cover.
  • That way they might find silly forms of superstition and mysticism less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's an ambience that fosters sharing; the best way to approach the enticing array of antipasti and snacks that precede the pizza and complement a voluminous all-Italian wine list.
  • In a mouth-watering programme full of enticing - nay, galvanic - events, there are 550 authors shoehorned into two packed weeks.
  • The artistry of the conman is given an enticing makeover by Sir Ridley Scott in Matchstick Men, an ingenious little crime caper which functions on many levels.
  • difficult to say no to an enticing advertisement
  • And I come away from our conversations feeling far more energised and enthused than I do when talking to pretty young things who should, in theory, be more enticing.
  • It's worth remembering that it's not only the obvious racketeers who are guilty of enticing people to run up debts they can't afford.
  • Delve further and it is less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her extreme popularity among the Democratic base makes her an enticing choice.
  • Suddenly 2012 sounds a lot less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rides are enticing, and riding the carousel backwards can restore your youth, but the price is your soul. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have potted them on (three to a three inch pot) and they are now an enticingly willowy six inches tall.
  • Simon resides in Newgate so she visits him there with an enticing proposition. Some Like It Wicked-Teresa Medeiros « The Merry Genre Go Round Reviews
  • We watched the intro, which is a great, colourful and enticing cavalcade of various scenarios: people dancing, doing yoga, necking and so on.
  • Brumby horses being one of the problems of the run, and the destruction of brumby stallions imperative, as the nigger-hunt was apparently off, the brumby mob proved too enticing to be passed by, and for an hour and more it kept us busy, the Maluka and Dan being equally "set on getting a stallion or two. We of the Never-Never
  • They are enticing new ingredients for a city that already serves a generous helping of splendid medieval architecture. Times, Sunday Times
  • In addition to proposing the replacement of the sucre with the dollar at the current exchange of 25,000 to one, the proposal includes bank and labor reforms that would make Ecuador more enticing to foreign investors.
  • The parallel that the story sets up here, between cellars, bodies and concealing walls that never quite manage to do their job well enough is, I think, enticingly explored. Burying The Past « Tales from the Reading Room
  • The bar had a chalkboard of snacks listed, and for a moment my heart sunk, but settled at a window table laid with crisp white linen, the menu for the restaurant was really enticing.
  • So how can you make your garden enticing to buyers? Times, Sunday Times
  • The in-store bakery smells enticing, and the deli is spectacular.
  • The booming economy is also enticing new industries into the country and encouraging existing businesses to expand, fuelling further demands for gas.
  • Both women have the chalky flesh-tones, the lank pelt of body-hair, and the deep folds of embonpoint characteristic of Baldung's unenticing nudes.
  • Kaleidoscope fashions with swirling flowers and paisley prints make little chiffon or satin dresses very bold and enticing.
  • Familiar names here include Sarah Lucas, George Shaw and Wolfgang Tillmans, but it will, as always, be the unfamiliar ones that the show serves up most enticingly. This week's new exhibitions
  • If all this activity makes you hungry they offer an enticing menu.
  • He also unveiled new measures aimed at enticing buyers. The Sun
  • Some of them are like precious gems, shimmering as the light catches them, as enticing as soft crushed velvet. Times, Sunday Times
  • His paintings have the quality of screen prints at times: flat blockiness competes with spongy washes and the enticing effect of dry pigment dragged across a surface.
  • So, mysterious is fine and dandy if the mystery is enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • This enticingly light, creamy, espresso soaked, chocolate-topped dessert will keep you up all night.
  • But a pile of mashed-up food may not look particularly appetising, so Marc is looking at ways of presenting the food reformed, shaped and more enticing.
  • Some of them are like precious gems, shimmering as the light catches them, as enticing as soft crushed velvet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Floor lamps Use a floor lamp to create enticing pools of light.
  • To the dismay of the statisticians and pollsters, the only folks who truly fit the ‘happiest people’ profile to a tee are apprenticing morticians.
  • Thereupon Narayana called his bewitching Maya (illusive power) to his aid, and assuming the form of an enticing female, coquetted with the The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1 Books 1, 2 and 3
  • The urge to laugh is almost overwhelming as the enticing conspiracy theory degenerates into ranting about reptiles and an alien race plotting to take over the world.
  • Yields are on the whole less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • It had a dark orange sauce with a strong coconut flavour that was really quite enticing.
  • An enticing smell came from the bakery.
  • With the smell of warm earth and fragrant fruit and flowery herbs, this is nothing if not enticing wine, glimmering red like some medieval jewel.
  • Six large white and pink peeled crab claws were placed on the plate, basted with oil that made them shiny and enticing.
  • A roasted pear stuffed with blue cheese and splashed with a port-wine-laced vinaigrette produces an enticingly light beignet.
  • This was too enticing a prospect to let pass before we commenced our craft tour.
  • A crisp edit would usefully emphasise their greatest asset, namely Cedric Gasaida's honeyed falsetto vocals: they're enticingly seductive on Into the Night, while Reckless With Your Love gives the delicious impression that he spent some fruitful time in his youth pretending to be Grace Jones. Azari & III: Azari & III – review
  • There are few more enticing bolt holes to run for than the one that says that all this effort and giving is counterproductive. Times, Sunday Times
  • The economic meltdown has made that access look less enticing as the funds' investments have been hit hard. Times, Sunday Times
  • Call us superficial but any show called TOO MUCH SUGAR is enticing and expecting a quick pick-me-up we wandered into the Hall.
  • The film's most desirable character uses sex purely to manipulate people and her eyes seem more dead than enticing.
  • Remembering that her subjects were boys, and that boys are young men in the making, she donned her daintiest, shimmeriest gown, and carefully coaxed the enticing little curls into prominence. Eve to the Rescue
  • And what of dignity or meaning could be said? where talking of sacred subjects is not allowed, under the pretext that it scatters those blessings which should be carefully treasured up; and bestowing much information concerning the secular plans of economy practiced by your own to the other sex is not approved; and where to talk of literary matters would be termed bombastic pedantry and small display, and would serve to exhibit accomplishments which might be enticingly dangerous. The Communistic Societies of the United States From Personal Visit and Observation
  • Track two ` Be Content ' has more crazy noises and enticing vox, overall a really upbeat feel-good without ever been remotely cheesey sound.
  • So, mysterious is fine and dandy if the mystery is enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pontevedro, in Giles Havergal's enticingly louche production, is one of those po-faced principalities whose chief characteristic is taking itself just a little too seriously. The Merry Widow – review
  • There are few more enticing bolt holes to run for than the one that says that all this effort and giving is counterproductive. Times, Sunday Times
  • The thick blanket of depression stole around her, enticing her into the depths of a silent quagmire with it's sullen truths.
  • You want a feel of chew; you want a bit of char; you want that yeasty aroma that releases when the dough hits the hot oven - earthy, alive, enticing - like ... well. One For The Table: Capizzi
  • Take pizza; order one up in a Roman trattoria and you will be served a delectable diners' delight, perfectly textured flat bread fired in a stone-baked oven, enticingly topped with Parma ham and fresh mozzarella.
  • Wasps have been observed catching araneids by landing on the orb webs, enticing the spiders out from their retreat and capturing them without becoming entangled in the spider's web.
  • The female called enticingly; the wild game was running for his pleasure on the trails. The Sky Line of Spruce
  • Title pages were further particularized for readers with enticing code words like spy, secret and revealed (dévoilé). The Times Literary Supplement
  • In West Sussex, Littlehampton Museum is running a "Little Diggers" programme, while the Surrey History Centre has an enticing day of "Eating out -10,000 years of wilderness survival" in the countryside between Guildford and Dorking, with "the help of a flint knapper, a leather worker and the local army". Archive 2007-07-01
  • Though the thought of some sort of hybrid contest airing on MSNBC, in which Congressional seats hang in the balance of who can best master the waltz, is strangely enticing. Phil West: Staying Alive: Bristol Palin Lives to Dance Another Week, and What That Says About the Pending Mid-Term Elections
  • In a city of few wallflowers, she has the most enticing dance card of all and - like any celluloid high-school heroine - has overcome personal tragedy, tittle-tattle and bad boyfriends in order to get there.
  • Many gorgeous and enticing cookbooks have been published in the past 12 months. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spring onions and fresh coriander with chunky cut organic lamb mince makes these meatballs look enticing and herby but they firm up as they cook. Times, Sunday Times
  • Essential to making the event a success is enticing people to attend the party.
  • The tale is plain and easily digested, but a weary traveler at rendezvous 36 might crave something more enticing.
  • She had reserved the chair next to her for Sheila, and patted it enticingly with a beringed hand as Sheila entered the Dairy. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • But it sounded far more enticing than dodging a runaway boxcar in a lonely freight yard at 2 a.m.
  • Yields are on the whole less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Apparently the Victorian government offered an enticing package to seal the deal.
  • So how can you make your garden enticing to buyers? Times, Sunday Times
  • Two of the best appetizers, a seafood salad and a tuna tartare, are enticingly seasoned with sesame seeds and sriracha.
  • The moves show how significant players among Japan's blue chips are negotiating a tight line between maintaining a domestic production and employment base at home that is considered politically and socially significant, and tapping into high-growth markets overseas where labor costs remain enticingly low. Japan's Industry Set for Rebound
  • Her hazel eyes had looked large and even enticing, when she looked into her mirror. SLEEP WHILE I SING
  • Star Plus has already started airing the promo, enticing viewers with short clips from the movie.
  • The enticing title is a dead giveaway about the presentist orientation.
  • During the season, Ski Acres had constructed a big air kicker as a way of enticing snow shredders to their slopes.
  • He now faces the less than enticing prospect of continuing a first-class career without the carrot of international cricket. Times, Sunday Times
  • It also enticingly refuses to stoop to simple explanations, keeping the precise cause of the apocalypse – an extreme weather event? Summer readings: The Road by Cormac McCarthy
  • Also, no small point, the Catholics were the subversives and the minority; they were a more enticing target than the majority Protestants, loyal to the crown.
  • Short- hold and assured tenancies aimed at enticing owners to let empty homes are looked on with suspicion and disdain.
  • He now faces the less than enticing prospect of continuing a first-class career without the carrot of international cricket. Times, Sunday Times
  • The opportunities for mischief if Google spidered comments is just too enticing for members who would spam commentsfor Googlebot. ActiveRain Real Estate Network
  • An auburn-haired stunner with a body straight out of a dream, Nikki Nova's lush curves are a luscious dollop of endlessly enticing eye candy.
  • One becomes a shaman by apprenticing to a shaman and learning the magic formulas to be recited on different occasions.
  • But with the enticing meals here - they include salmon salads, black bean chili and tangy gazpacho soup with crabmeat - even die-hard carnivores can do it.
  • All in all, it is a show which promises to be very enticing.
  • So, mysterious is fine and dandy if the mystery is enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • She's got a sexy voice that sounds effortless on nearly every note and some of the tracks have a funky retro - 70s feel that is enticingly easy to like.
  • The Web component has proved particularly enticing for the new e-generation.
  • Properly staging your home is key to enticing buyers.
  • It pays an enticing 7.05 per cent interest and allows savers to make regular monthly deposits. The Sun
  • Fortunately for you it is the only any kind of plasm that is enticing in any situation. We Love You, Elliott Bay
  • And the entertainment continued well after racing for the day came to a halt with live music enticing racing fans to stay just a little longer.
  • Not all of the looks are so enticing—upgrading Ivy style with a cravat did no favors for James Garner, Robert Wagner or Jason Robards, and Newman's own ascot is the worst of the lot—but this book captures what may have been the last time anyone looked admiringly at the clothes that stars wore. Photo-Op: Film Prep
  • So Moulin Rouge's premise seems enticing at first, a musical that lives through popular rock songs, just as the musicals of their time were often written around show-stoppers already making the nightclub rounds.
  • With this comes the language of interests - with Russia by enticing it, and with China by warning it of the concomitance between interests and stances that are fateful for the region. Raghida Dergham: Behind the Russian/Chinese Veto of Syrian Resolution at the UN
  • The wine had enticing aromas of black cherry, allspice, and a cedary smell that reminded me of my mother's cedar chest. Archive 2008-04-01
  • But it is hard for me to walk past a shop where slabs of the jelly-like Karachi halwa, topped with almonds, or newly fried bright orange jalebis sit enticingly in the window, and not find myself at the counter. How to make Indian sweets
  • The clouds had been enticing me all day, in position for a really red sunset afterglow.
  • He never knew the smell of garlic and pepperoni pizza could be so enticing and alluring.
  • This enticing book can stand alone or supplement a lesson on food or Chinese culture.
  • A prospective premium of about 30 per cent on their initial investment is enticing.
  • As the soup bubbled on the stove emitting an enticing aroma of chicken and herbs, Adam searched through Clara's cupboards and pantry again until he found a tray.
  • Innovatively flavoured with tantalizing aromas and packed with exotic spices, the festival promises an enticing treat to all biryani buffs.
  • Vegetarian main courses are especially enticing, with creative combinations such as chargrilled aubergine, pepper, buffalo mozzarella and pesto.
  • They are enticing new ingredients for a city that already serves a generous helping of splendid medieval architecture. Times, Sunday Times
  • The economic meltdown has made that access look less enticing as the funds' investments have been hit hard. Times, Sunday Times
  • The shop itself had a bare wooden floor and enticing treasures.
  • It plays almost no part in classical music's biggest challenge: enticing youngsters with no exposure to symphonic or operatic music. Times, Sunday Times
  • But instead of crushing them, we tried to co-opt them by enticing them with power in the transitional government. Mueller on Iraq, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Aeneas highlights what he calls the deception of the Greeks: an Argive solider had allowed himself to be captured, and he leads on the Trojans with an act and a tale, enticing them to bring the horse inside the citadel. felix hominum
  • Though all about her called the enticing voices of night and the river, yet she listened for the tried counsel voices of the plain Panama streets and the busy office. The Job An American Novel
  • Be they filled with cream, oozing with jam or tartily enticing you with their pert, pinky icing tops, don't trust them. Irish Blogs
  • He's apprenticing as a merchant in Olbeer now, so I only hope he's not getting into trouble.
  • Michel spent a year apprenticing but he's clumsy and often drunk, so nobody really trusts him.
  • Some of them are like precious gems, shimmering as the light catches them, as enticing as soft crushed velvet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their bland prettiness makes them more enticing as shark chum than as characters, but then a funny thing happens once they're at sea.
  • And while the Wall Street spinmeisters will create the enticing illusion of ‘a jumbo jet landing softly in a sea of marshmallows,’ it isn't going to happen.
  • He also unveiled new measures aimed at enticing buyers. The Sun
  • They are the truth in a world of enticing illusions.
  • With a chopped parsley garnish it looks as enticing as it tastes. Times, Sunday Times
  • She denies her feelings, but an as-yet-unseen skin tempts her towards enticing Kinan. REVIEW: Eclipse Two edited by Jonathan Strahan
  • That way they might find silly forms of superstition and mysticism less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • He waited; and when she came down, a few minutes later, crisply boyish in the nattiest of yachting costumes, he wondered how she could appear in so many different characters, fitting each in succession and contriving always to make the latest transformation, while it lasted, the one in which she figured as the most enticingly adorable. The Price
  • Fear that most of the seasonal birds had flown was unfounded, as Harlequin Ducks had been reported recently along with an array of equally enticing avians.
  • A career in law and order, although indubitably enticing, was not inscribed on the cards Dame Fortuna dealt my brother and me. NEVERWHERE
  • I serve it with bocconcini - little mozzarella balls - that melt enticingly against the pearly couscous. Times, Sunday Times
  • A pair of slots going right through the cliff looks enticing.
  • Small window displays built into the outside walls show enticing arrays of fresh fish and shellfish.
  • Annalise whose zest for life and whose loud raucous ways had been both shocking and enticing to the bookish Emily.
  • It's all so enticing - those galvanised planters, the dinky lamps to dangle from trees - that I'm revved up and excited and, by the time I reach the till, actually panting.
  • To a suburbanite, no adjective is more enticing than 'leafy'. Times, Sunday Times
  • Discipline comes from enticing and exciting classroom activity and a genuine commitment to the classroom as a community.
  • There are few more enticing bolt holes to run for than the one that says that all this effort and giving is counterproductive. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hollywood couldn't have scripted a more enticing movie scenario.
  • Corcosman, I do agree that attending lag-free events is enticing, as long as they don't get sharded, ensued with lots of reconnecting. New answers and more questions regarding the upcoming virtual world Blue Mars
  • No matter how enticing the allure of riding passenger side with soca tickling your spine may be-just say no to jumping in the front! Chie Davis: Caribbean Holiday Travel-Do's & Don'ts for Female Travelers
  • For many, the thought of going in dark evenings to a classroom designed for youngsters is hardly an enticing one.
  • It needed no adornment, no choker, no scarf, to make it enticing. MAMBO
  • He afterwards commenced the business of a scaw-banker, which means that he went about the country enticing mechanics and rustics to ship to America, on promise of having their fortunes made in that country; and then by artful practices, produced their indentures as servants, in consequence of which on their arrival in American Prisoners of the Revolution
  • The discussion of prayer and pilgrimages, fasting and forgiveness, is both insightful and enticing.
  • They are enticing new ingredients for a city that already serves a generous helping of splendid medieval architecture. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a chopped parsley garnish it looks as enticing as it tastes. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the little things make the difference when it comes to enticing buyers and getting a quick sale. The Sun
  • Maybe the cold water would calm me down and make meeting up with my family a more enticing prospect. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • Finger-sized pieces of rhubarb sat enticingly in a shortbread-like pastry case, with a sprinkling of almond crumble on top.
  • He also unveiled new measures aimed at enticing buyers. The Sun
  • Despite its enticing name, the network, available in thousands of locations across ... Beware 'Free Public WiFi': Why You Should Avoid The 'Zombie Network'
  • He now faces the less than enticing prospect of continuing a first-class career without the carrot of international cricket. Times, Sunday Times
  • Seldom has a dead rubber presented such an enticing prospect. Times, Sunday Times
  • Although a somewhat short par 5 coming in at 510 yards, this exotic golf hole will be sure to challenge the average golfer while enticing the big hitter to 'attempt the green in two'.
  • Elegantly dressed models from Bangalore set the ramp on fire with their enticing catwalk.
  • The shimmering jewellery was no match for his come-hither looks, brilliant charm and athletic build amid the alluring chains, enticing pendants and gorgeous necklaces.
  • Enticing crowd rage that could/may result in bodily harm to another political oponent is inexcusable. Poll: Palin decision doesn't change minds
  • A prospective premium of about 30 per cent on their initial investment is enticing.
  • The lip-smacking aroma of the moist kebabs spreads through the restaurant, ‘Aromas,’ enticing the gourmets.
  • Its oddity of structure, its lovely color and enticing fringe, lead one to suspect it of extraordinary desire to woo some insect that will carry its pollen from blossom to blossom and so enable the plant to produce cross-fertilized seed to counteract the evil tendencies resulting from the more prolific self-fertilized cleistogamous flowers buried in the ground below. Wild Flowers Worth Knowing
  • Shoes scuffing wood fruit, flicking them in spiral scatter, enticing her to snap and snatch, clutch and carry till her jaws could hold no more. Sally
  • Along the one-kilometer road, which is closed to traffic at night, Chinese paper lanterns provide dim illumination and an exotic, enticing aura.
  • Unlike the antisemite, the “a-semite” does not deny humanity to the Jew or call for hatred of him, but presents him as an Other, sometimes exotically enticing, sometimes uncannily repugnant, who is not entirely assimilable to France. Charlotte Wardi.
  • Set against a backdrop of strings, the mandolin sounds completely beautiful, providing an enticing blend of sadness and hope all at the same time.
  • Decent kitchenalia is very enticing, even more so when it is a piece of classic design that has notched up a prestigious award. Times, Sunday Times
  • Or perhaps the head asleep on the pillow is revealed as something less enticing in the cold light of dawn.
  • Delve further and it is less enticing. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is the noise of the tannoy and the enticing ambience of the outside world. This week's new exhibitions
  • The idea of voluntarily signing up for a class that necessitates me spending even more time at the hospital during my off-hours is not enticing, to say the least.
  • From Madagascar and Mexico, these vines have spread their flavour to the remotest corners of Kerala enticing farmers into its fold.
  • This is the smell of farmer's markets, where cantaloupes spill onto the lowered tailgate of pickup trucks; a few enticing slices propped up near the edge for sampling.
  • And combined with a passenger safety cell, surrounded by crumple zones, and structural cross members to absorb impact, it all helps to make the car a more enticing package.
  • As an adolescent Krishna was seen as a flute-playing cowherd, enticing the village girls to come and dance to the tunes.
  • He triggered the only real chance of the first half, banging a quick-fire corner to the back post, where Kirk Broadfoot barrelled in to bullet a header that squelched enticingly across the six-yard box.
  • The sparkling emerald glittered enticingly from its cushion, the thin gold band smooth.
  • The pump was the basic shoe, but its toes might be cut, the vamps curved or cut in enticing Vs, or the heels molded into a variety of shapes.
  • After apprenticing at a St. Paul publishing firm, he joined the army.

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