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The shop windows were lit invitingly, tempting the late shoppers.
‘Do you want another drink?’ ‘I’m tempted.’
Don’t be tempted to spend too much.
You try to tempt the defender into making a tackle.
I was sorely (=strongly) tempted to hit him.
Unemployment undoubtedly increases the number of those tempted into crime.
The programmes are designed to tempt young people into engineering.
Jesus was tempted by the Devil.