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Definition of Temptingly

Temptingly
Tempting Tempt"ing, a. Adapted to entice or allure; attractive; alluring; seductive; enticing; as, tempting pleasures. -- Tempt"ing*ly, adv. -- Tempt"ing*ness, n.

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- Without Wings" – 3:47 "More Than This" – 4:21 "Too Many DJs" – 4:11 "Temptingly Yours" – 2:26 "My Cruel Joke" – 4:23 "Scream" – 3:38 "Funny" – 4:34 "Conversation...
- chiefs had to be constantly alert that eager soldiers did not overload the temptingly large cargo compartment. It would be some time before troops would be...
- 500 florins. Many individuals suddenly became rich. A golden bait hung temptingly out before the people, and, one after the other, they rushed to the tulip...
- building featured iconic signage: "Three gilded clusters of grapes dangled temptingly over the door before the eye of the p****er-by." Notable events occurred...
- by taking out his observation balloons. The giant gas bags appeared so temptingly easy to bring down but were in fact heavily guarded and extremely dangerous...
- torment by burying herself in her work, starring in numerous roles as the temptingly beautiful seductress who in the end was always the honorable heroine....
- This is not merely chance, however, for when ‘Der Lindenbaum’ calls him temptingly back with the promise of eternal rest, he actively chooses to keep walking...
- misconduct is suggested from the moment the young people reach a door, temptingly open, 'which led immediately to... all the sweets of pleasure-grounds...
- to their first child in the second series finale. Ripely Deliciously Temptingly Fecund (Later Bin), Pip's third(ish) wife (series 2-5); The daughter of...
- are suggested by Austen from the moment the young people reach a door, ‘temptingly open on a flight of steps which led immediately to... all the sweets of...
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