Definition of enticing in English:

enticing

Syllabification: en·tic·ing
Pronunciation: /inˈtīsiNG
 
, enˈtīsiNG
 
/

adjective

Attractive or tempting; alluring: an enticing prospect
More example sentences
  • Her extreme popularity among the Democratic base makes her an enticing choice.
  • They are the truth in a world of enticing illusions.
  • A pair of slots going right through the cliff looks enticing.

Derivatives

enticingly

adverb
More example sentences
  • 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.
  • Each sentence is constructed with perfect balance and careful precision to embody thoughtfulness, humanity or humour while at the same time being enticingly, entertainingly readable.
  • At lunch, we'd anchor in a sheltered bay for a simple meal - whatever one of us had rustled up in the tiny kitchen - followed by a swim in the enticingly sapphire-coloured water.

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