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To attract with something desirable; entice:
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  1. To attract with something desirable; entice:
  2. To be highly, often subtly attractive:
To obtain by cajolery:
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  1. To obtain by cajolery:
  2. To lead on with deception; entice or trick into doing or giving something, going somewhere, etc.
  3. To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk:
To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
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  1. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
  2. To attract (someone), usually to do something, by arousing hope, interest, or desire:
  3. To attract by offering hope of reward or pleasure; tempt; allure
To lure (an animal) into a trap or position to be hunted.
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  1. To lure (an animal) into a trap or position to be hunted.
  2. To lure or be lured into a trap, danger, etc.
  3. To act or use a decoy.
(Physiol.) To pull (a part of the body) away from the median axis: said of a muscle
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  1. (Physiol.) To pull (a part of the body) away from the median axis: said of a muscle
  2. To restrain or conceal a person in order to prevent his escape or rescue. See also kidnapping.
  3. To carry or lead a person away from where he wants to be or wants to go by use of force, threats, or deception.
To get the admiration, attention, etc. of; allure
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  1. To get the admiration, attention, etc. of; allure
  2. To possess or use the power of attraction.
  3. To cause to draw near or adhere by physical force:
To try to get (someone) to do wrong, especially by a promise of reward.
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  1. To try to get (someone) to do wrong, especially by a promise of reward.
  2. To be inviting or attractive to:
  3. To rouse desire in; be inviting to; attract
To lure; tempt; entice
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  1. To lure; tempt; entice
  2. To set dogs upon (a chained animal, for example) for sport.
  3. To entice or provoke, especially by trickery or strategy:
To give or promise a bribe.
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  1. To give or promise a bribe.
  2. To get or influence by bribing
  3. Money or other valuable consideration (including a gift or favor) given or promised with the intent to corruptly influence the judgment or actions of a person, especially one in a position of trust such as a public official or juror. Money or other valuable consideration (including a gift or favor) given or promised with the intent to corruptly influence the judgment or actions of a person, especially one in a position of trust such as a public official or juror.
To attract or entice, especially by wiles or temptation:
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  1. To attract or entice, especially by wiles or temptation:
  2. To recall (a falcon) with a lure
  3. To attract by temptation etc.; to entice.
To draw (a general rule or conclusion) from particular facts; infer by induction
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  1. To draw (a general rule or conclusion) from particular facts; infer by induction
  2. (Physics) To bring about (an electric or magnetic effect) in a body by exposing it to the influence or variation of a field of force
  3. To bring on; bring about; cause; effect
(Obs.) To take or hold captive
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  1. (Obs.) To take or hold captive
  2. To attract and hold the interest of, as by beauty or wit.
  3. Glanvill
(Idiomatic, intransitive, of night/darkness) To approach.
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  1. (Idiomatic, intransitive, of night/darkness) To approach.
  2. (Idiomatic) To attract (groups of people).
  3. (Idiomatic) To get someone involved.
To become corrupt.
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  1. To become corrupt.
  2. To alter from original or proper form:
  3. To ruin morally; pervert:
(Obs.) To defame or slander
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  1. (Obs.) To defame or slander
  2. To lead into bad habits; make morally bad; corrupt; pervert
  3. To debase, especially morally; corrupt.
To disregard or act in a manner that does not conform to (a law or promise, for example).
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  1. To disregard or act in a manner that does not conform to (a law or promise, for example).
  2. To do harm to (property or qualities considered sacred); desecrate or defile.
  3. To commit a sexual assault on; often, specif., to rape (a woman)
To corrupt morally.
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  1. To corrupt morally.
  2. To lead astray morally; corrupt; deprave
  3. (Archaic) To cause to forsake allegiance.
To seize and carry off by force.
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  1. To seize and carry off by force.
  2. To use force or threat of force to compel (another person) to submit to sexual intercourse or other sexual penetration.
  3. In common law, the felony of a man having illegal sexual intercourse with a woman other than his wife, by force or with threat of violence and against her will; unlawful sexual act with an unwilling other, and usually involving threat of violence. In common law, the felony of a man having illegal sexual intercourse with a woman other than his wife, by force or with threat of violence and against her will; unlawful sexual act with an unwilling other, and usually involving threat of violence. to commit the act of forcible sexual intercourse.
To rape (a woman)
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  1. To rape (a woman)
  2. (Archaic) To seize and carry away by force.
  3. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female. To take by force or seize is the literal meaning of the word. It is generally synonymous with rape. Traditionally, an indictment for rape demanded inclusion of the word ravished, which implied use of force and or violence by the man and resistance by the female.
To remove flowers from (a plant)
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  1. To remove flowers from (a plant)
  2. To take the virginity from (a woman) by having sexual intercourse with her
  3. To have sexual intercourse with (a woman who is a virgin).
To profane or sully
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  1. To profane or sully
  2. To have sexual intercourse with (a woman who is a virgin).
  3. To profane or sully (a reputation, for example).
To cause (a building, for example) to be in a destroyed, collapsed, or decayed state.
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  1. To cause (a building, for example) to be in a destroyed, collapsed, or decayed state.
  2. To bring or reduce to ruin
  3. To deflower or seduce (a woman) and, often, specif., thereby render her unmarriageable, disgraced, etc.
  1. To persuade using flattery
  2. (Informal) To talk in a flattering or blandishing way (to)
  3. To use flattery.
To improvise (a melody) over a vamp.
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  1. To improvise (a melody) over a vamp.
  2. To seduce or beguile (a man) by using feminine charms
  3. To put together; fabricate or improvise:
To be highly, often subtly attractive:
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  1. To be highly, often subtly attractive:
  2. To attract with something desirable; entice:
To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
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  1. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act. To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
  2. To attract (someone), usually to do something, by arousing hope, interest, or desire:
  3. To attract by offering hope of reward or pleasure; tempt; allure
To obtain by cajolery:
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  1. To obtain by cajolery:
  2. To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk:
  3. To lead on with deception; entice or trick into doing or giving something, going somewhere, etc.
To attract or entice, especially by wiles or temptation:
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  1. To attract or entice, especially by wiles or temptation:
  2. To attract by temptation etc.; to entice.
  3. To recall (a falcon) with a lure
To try to persuade; induce or entice, esp. to something immoral or sensually pleasurable
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  1. To try to persuade; induce or entice, esp. to something immoral or sensually pleasurable
  2. To rouse desire in; be inviting to; attract
  3. To try to get (someone) to do wrong, especially by a promise of reward.
To reduce the value, quality, or excellence of; debase:
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  1. To reduce the value, quality, or excellence of; debase:
  2. To indulge in dissipation.
  3. To seduce (someone).
To reverse the doing of (something accomplished); do away with; cancel; annul
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  1. To reverse the doing of (something accomplished); do away with; cancel; annul
  2. To unfasten. ant. syn.
  3. To untie, disassemble, or loosen:
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