encounter, find, come across, come upon; see discover, find 1, meet 6.
proceed, develop, increase, gain; see advance 1, improve 2.
enter, begin, be broadcast, make an entrance; see appear 1, 3, begin 2, enter 1.
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Something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward:
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