Definition of alliciency
: the quality or power of attracting : attractiveness
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Origin and Etymology of alliciency
Medieval Latin allicientia from Latin allicient-, alliciens (present participle of allicere to allure, from ad- + -licere, from lacere to entice) + -ia -y — more at delight
First Known Use: 1646
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