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Positive ConnotationPlay
The word 'entice' often implies something appealing or attractive meant to persuade. SlideThe aroma from the bakery is enticing me to buy some pastries.
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'Entice' is commonly used in marketing and sales to describe strategies that attract customers. SlideThe advertisement enticed shoppers with a promise of big discounts.
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Subtle PersuasionPlay
"Entice" does not imply force; it suggests a more subtle or gentle form of persuasion. SlideHe was enticed into joining the club through friendly invitations, not pressure.