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entice to lure or tempt, as by calling attention to the possible benefits of an action.
enticement the act of enticement, or the condition of being enticed. [2 definitions]
entire containing all parts or components; whole. [3 definitions]
entirely completely; totally. [2 definitions]
entirety the state of being whole and complete. [2 definitions]
entitle to give a right or legal claim to. [2 definitions]
entity anything that exists objectively and distinctly, whether nonliving or living; thing or being. [2 definitions]
entomb to bury or put in a tomb. [2 definitions]
entomo- insect.
entomology the science concerned with insects.
entourage a group of people who accompany another person as attendants or associates; retinue.
entr'acte the intermission between the acts of a play or opera. [2 definitions]
entrails the inner organs of a human or other animal, esp. the intestinal tract. [2 definitions]
entrain1 to get on a train. [2 definitions]
entrain2 to cause to move along after; pull along. [3 definitions]
entrance1 an act or instance of entering. [3 definitions]
entrance2 to inspire a state of delight, trance, or enchantment in; charm; enrapture.
entranced utterly fascinated, charmed, or captivated.
entranceway a passage or doorway for entering.
entrant one who enters, as into a contest or an institution.
entrap to capture using or as if using a trap. [4 definitions]