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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Envisage:Verb: To have a mental image of something, especially when the thing does not yet exist; to conceive of.
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.
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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”?
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Exigency:Noun: a state of urgency or a situation demanding immediate attention; the pressing needs caused by such a crisis.
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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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