lead on

lead on


Definition of LEAD ON

to lead away from a usual or proper course by offering some pleasure or advantage <a con man whose dupes are usually led on by their own greed and eagerness to turn an easy buck>
Near Antonyms alert, caution, forewarn, ward (off), warn; drive (away or off), repulse, turn away

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