Definition of enticingly in English:

enticingly

Pronunciation /ɪnˈtʌɪsɪŋli/ /ɛnˈtʌɪsɪŋli/

adverb

See enticing

  • ‘Take pizza; order one up in a Roman trattoria and you will be served a delectable diners' delight, perfectly textured flat bread fired in a stone-baked oven, enticingly topped with Parma ham and fresh mozzarella.’
  • ‘Each sentence is constructed with perfect balance and careful precision to embody thoughtfulness, humanity or humour while at the same time being enticingly, entertainingly readable.’
  • ‘At lunch, we'd anchor in a sheltered bay for a simple meal - whatever one of us had rustled up in the tiny kitchen - followed by a swim in the enticingly sapphire-coloured water.’
  • ‘She's got a sexy voice that sounds effortless on nearly every note and some of the tracks have a funky retro - 70s feel that is enticingly easy to like.’
  • ‘This enticingly light, creamy, espresso soaked, chocolate-topped dessert will keep you up all night.’

Pronunciation

enticingly

/ɪnˈtʌɪsɪŋli/ /ɛnˈtʌɪsɪŋli/