I enticed the kids into the car with the promise of ice cream.
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To use something appealing to convince someone or an animal to do something. We enticed the animals with some food and got them into the trap. I enticed the kids with the promise of ice cream. We finally enticed him into running for office.
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Donna enticed the cat into coming down from the tree. Can I entice you into the house for some cold lemonade?
We were able to entice the squirrel into the box with nuts. We tried to entice him with a description of the cake, but he was not interested in coming. If the cat won't come in, try enticing it with a bit of fish.
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References in periodicals archive? A visual arts exhibition exploring enticement , allurement and attention. Entrapped in art. Man, 76, gets probation for soliciting teen; Enticement took place at Bell Pond. Some people even go to the trouble of spooning a little sugar into the watering can as a further enticement.
The panelists agree, with each also insisting that owners avoid giving free rent as an enticement. Are move-in gifts worth it? For many this is an enticement to take a skiving day off work. Newmarket big guns chase more French rewards. Robert Smith, the centre's executive MBA director, said the month-long "early bird" enticement had attracted expressions of interest from potential candidates across North Wales and as far as Cardiff, Solihull and London. Employees are upbeat and involved. As a group, they profess a real liking for their jobs.
Cajoling, enticement, even bribery are acceptable substitutes for issuing directives. One woman accompanied her mother to the senior center and on day trips.
When her mother became acquainted with people at the center and felt more comfortable, she went on her own. Perhaps noting the mistakes of past generations, the retired or soon-to-be-retiring Baby Boomers are determined to stay active as long as possible. Most senior centers offer a variety of activities, everything from tai chi to bridge, from lunches to ocean cruises.
Besides, joining any of the programs gives seniors an opportunity to socialize with others with similar interests. Both are in their early 80s. It might be a good idea for caretakers to get information on the services and activities individual centers provide on a daily or weekly basis. The MMC Bulletin published by a Dover center lists daily activities, a monthly menu, special events, trips and cruises, classes, arts and crafts, brain workouts and more.
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Just think how anyone would feel if cut off from social interaction and thrust into the role of recluse. The bonus, of course, is that the longer seniors stay active and involved, the less hands-on care they will need from a caregiver. In a reversal of roles, one Dover mother, at 86, is still a caregiver.
She cared for her mother, brother and sister, then her husband, and now her son. Staff members at most centers have heard and seen a lot already.
They understand the pressures imposed by taking care of seniors, especially those with physical or mental disabilities. Some staff members have personally lived through the experience of caring for ailing seniors. Almost everybody else does.