Enticement



[en-tahys-muh nt] /ɛnˈtaɪs mənt/

noun
1.
the act or practice of , especially to evil.
2.
the state of being .
3.
something that ; allurement.
n.

c.1300, “thing which entices;” 1540s, “action of enticing;” from Old French enticement, from enticier (see entice).

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