Examples of tempting in a Sentence
The desserts look very tempting.
It is tempting to think of him as the next American president.
Recent Examples of tempting from the Web
Galliano intended to evoke the accidental glamour of rushing to catch a flight or dash into a meeting on time — the thrill that comes with tempting fate and succeeding.
The food pictured here is perfectly in situ, showing hands, dogs, aprons, and of course, wine, alongside tempting dishes.
None of use were able to eat dessert, despite how tempting the sweet crepes and tortes sounded.
Having a hot person handy for company parties and various happy hours is hella tempting, but resist.
For many, this weekend's Easter indulgences will include chocolate bunnies, eggs of every type and assorted tempting favorites.
While it was never given as an official reason for the project's cancellation, the assertion that Glover is too busy to run a Deadpool show is a tempting narrative.
Six long silent auction tables displayed a tempting variety of home decor, jewelry, trips and artwork by SSA alums.
When different countries receive different treatment, circumventing tariffs looks more tempting.
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First Known Use of tempting
TEMPTING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tempting for English Language Learners
: causing an urge or desire to have or do something
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