tempt

Enchant vs Tempt - What's the difference?

enchant | tempt |


As verbs the difference between enchant and tempt

is that enchant is to attract and delight, to charm while tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

Tempt vs Intend - What's the difference?

tempt | intend |


As verbs the difference between tempt and intend

is that tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice while intend is to fix the mind upon (something to be accomplished); be intent upon; mean; design; plan; purpose .

Ironic vs Tempt - What's the difference?

ironic | tempt |


As an adjective ironic

is ironic.

As a verb tempt is

to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

Tempt vs Arouse - What's the difference?

tempt | arouse |


As verbs the difference between tempt and arouse

is that tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice while arouse is to stimulate feelings.

Tempt vs Attractive - What's the difference?

tempt | attractive |


As a verb tempt

is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

As an adjective attractive is

causing attraction; having the quality of attracting by inherent force.

Elicit vs Tempt - What's the difference?

elicit | tempt |


As verbs the difference between elicit and tempt

is that elicit is to evoke, educe (emotions, feelings, responses, etc); to generate, obtain, or provoke as a response or answer while tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

As an adjective elicit

is (obsolete) elicited; drawn out; made real; open; evident.

Tempt vs Tempting - What's the difference?

tempt | tempting |


As verbs the difference between tempt and tempting

is that tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice while tempting is .

As an adjective tempting is

attractive, appealing, enticing.

As a noun tempting is

the act of subjecting somebody to temptation.

Tempt vs Prevail - What's the difference?

tempt | prevail | Related terms |

Tempt is a related term of prevail.


In lang=en terms the difference between tempt and prevail

is that tempt is to provoke something; to court while prevail is to succeed in persuading]] or [[induce|inducing.

As verbs the difference between tempt and prevail

is that tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice while prevail is to be superior in strength, dominance, influence or frequency; to have or gain the advantage over others; to have the upper hand; to outnumber others.

Stimulate vs Tempt - What's the difference?

stimulate | tempt | Related terms |

Stimulate is a related term of tempt.


As verbs the difference between stimulate and tempt

is that stimulate is to encourage into action while tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

Resist vs Tempt - What's the difference?

resist | tempt |


In lang=en terms the difference between resist and tempt

is that resist is to oppose while tempt is to provoke something; to court.

As verbs the difference between resist and tempt

is that resist is to attempt to counter the actions or effects of while tempt is to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward; to entice.

As a noun resist

is a protective coating or covering oxford english dictionary , 2nd ed, 1989.

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