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come–on

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of come–on

  1. something that persuades one to perform an action for pleasure or gain <the spectacular sale was enough of a come-on to get many shoppers to try the store for the first time> Synonyms allurement, bait, come-on, enticement, siren song, temptation, turn-onRelated Words appeal, call; attraction, boost, encouragement, goad, impetus, impulse, incentive, inducement, motivation, persuasion, seducement, seduction, spur, stimulus; decoy, snare, trap; entrapment, mousetrapNear Antonyms alarm (also alarum), alert, caution, forewarning, notice, warning




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