Definition of tempting
: having an appeal : enticing a tempting offer
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
Massive stock pots for sale at the front were shiny and tempting, as were the fresh tamales holding court in a warming oven just past the registers.
The online marketplace offers a tempting place to unload precious documents.
Further tempting guests were the pink cake table centerpieces, made by Mrs. Clovina Meyers, grandmother of deb Emily Frischhertz.
There was also a fruit platter waiting for me, and several very tempting offers of champagne.
For the next couple of weeks, more than 150 Las Vegas restaurants are offering special menus with tempting prices.
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How tempting to defend your addiction with the claim that democracy demands it.
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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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