Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire
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Entice: Verb: To lead on by arousing hope or desire. Despite the tremendous increase in salary, I could not be enticed to leave my job. Entreat: Verb: To ask or petition earnestly. I entreated my parents to allow me to go to the party. .

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Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire

Entice:Verb: To lead on by arousing hope or desire.


Despite the tremendous increase in salary i could not be enticed to leave my job

Despite the tremendousincrease in salary, I could not be enticed to leave my job.


Entreat verb to ask or petition earnestly

Entreat:Verb: To ask or petition earnestly.


I entreated my parents to allow me to go to the party

I entreated my parents to allow me to go to the party.


Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire

Envisage:Verb: To have a mental image of something, especially when the thing does not yet exist; to conceive of.


I find it hard to envisage a society in which violence does not exist

I find it hard to envisage a society in which violence does not exist.


Epithet noun a word or phrase used to describe someone or something a term of abuse or contempt

Epithet:Noun: A word or phrase used to describe someone or something. A term of abuse or contempt.


The irate motorist shouted a few choice epithets at the driver of the car that had cut him off

The irate motorist shouted a few choice epithets at the driver of the car that had cut him off.


Equanimity noun calmness or evenness of temper

Equanimity:Noun: Calmness or evenness of temper.


She handled the difficult situation with equanimity

She handled the difficult situation with equanimity.


Equitable adjective fair or just

Equitable:Adjective: Fair or just.


The teacher was equitable in giving out grades

The teacher was equitable in giving out grades.


Erudite adjective deeply learned especially in a specialized area

Erudite:Adjective: Deeply learned, especially in a specialized area.


The professor presented a erudite yet interesting lecture on the holocaust

The Professor presented a erudite, yet interesting, lecture on the Holocaust.


Esoteric adjective understood by or intended for only a select few difficult to understand

Esoteric:Adjective: Understood by or intended for only a select few. Difficult to understand.


The language the book was written in was awfully esoteric i wasn t even sure it was english

The language the book was written in was awfully esoteric. I wasn’t even sure it was English.


Ethical adjective in accordance with accepted principles of right and wrong

Ethical:Adjective: In accordance with accepted principles of right and wrong.


Using child labor in third world countries is not considered ethical

Using child-labor in third world countries is not considered ethical.


Ethnic adjective relating to a small but distinct social group within the population

Ethnic:Adjective: Relating to a small but distinct social group within the population.


There are many different ethnic groups within rancocas valley high school

There are many different ethnic groups within Rancocas Valley High School.


Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire

Euphemism:Noun: The substitution of a relatively inoffensive term for one that is considered too harsh, unpleasant, or blunt.


Why don t you say that he is a liar instead of using the euphemism such as stretching the truth

Why don’t you say that he is a liar instead of using the euphemism such as “stretching the truth”?


Exacerbate verb to increase the bitterness or severity of to irritate

Exacerbate:Verb: To increase the bitterness or severity of; to irritate.


If you don t follow your lawyer s orders you may exacerbate your problems

If you don’t follow your lawyer’s orders you may exacerbate your problems.


Exalt verb to elevate in power position character or the like

Exalt:Verb: To elevate in power, position, character, or the like.


The presidency is one of america s most exalted positions

The Presidency is one of America’s most exalted positions.


Exemplary adjective worthy of imitation serving as a model illustration or warning

Exemplary:Adjective: Worthy of imitation, serving as a model, illustration, or warning.


The students displayed exemplary behavior at challenge day

The students displayed exemplary behavior at Challenge Day.


Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire

Exigency:Noun: a state of urgency or a situation demanding immediate attention; the pressing needs caused by such a crisis.


Entice verb to lead on by arousing hope or desire

The exigencies of the flu situation at R.V. demand that we take precautions such as hand-washing and hand-sanitizer.


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