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ENTI'CE, verb transitive [Latin titio, a firebrand.]
1. To incite or instigate, by exciting hope or desire; usually in a bad sense; as, to entice one to evil. Hence, to seduce; to lead astray; to induce to sin, by promises or persuasions.
My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not. Proverbs 1:10.
2. To tempt; to incite; to urge or lead astray.
Every man is tempted, when he is drawn away by his own lust, and enticed. James 1:14.
3. To incite; to allure; in a good sense.
ENTI'CED, participle passive Incited; instigated to evil; seduced by promises or persuasions; persuaded; allured.
ENTI'CEMENT, noun The act or practice of inciting to evil; instigation; as the enticements of evil companions.
1. Means of inciting to evil; that which seduces by exciting the passions. Flattery often operates as an enticement to sin.
ENTI'CER, noun One who entices; one who incites or instigates to evil; one who seduces.