to entice — verb. to provoke someone to do something through deception or persuasion.

temptation — noun. an examination with the express purpose of producing (or proving) a fault in the examinee.

to be enticed — verb. to be provoked to do something through promises or persuasion; often deceptively.

to be enticed ⇔ be dragged away — verb. to be or become enticed, conceived of as a heavy object being drawn out of something with great effort.

to entice ⇔ drag away — verb. to entice, conceived of as drawing a heavy object out of something with great effort.

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