en·tice / enˈtīs/ • v. [tr.] attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage: a show that should entice a new audience into the theater [tr.] the whole purpose of bribes is to entice governments to act against the public interest. DERIVATIVES: en·tice·ment n.en·tic·er n.en·tic·ing·ly adv.
So enticement XIV.
To wrongfully solicit, persuade, procure, allure, attract, draw by blandishment, coax, or seduce. To lure, induce, tempt, incite, or persuade a person to do a thing. Enticement of a child is inviting, persuading, or attempting to persuade a child to enter any vehicle, building, room, or secluded place with intent to commit an unlawful sexual act upon or with the person of said child.