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1, That pie looks tempting.
2, I made him what I thought were several tempting offers, but he wouldn't bite.
3, In the end, I turned down Raoul's tempting offer of the Palm Beach trip.
4, That cake looks very tempting.
5, That pie looks very tempting.
6, It's tempting to speculate about what might have happened.
7, It is tempting to idealize the past.
8, A weekend in Rome? Mm, sounds tempting!
9, It's tempting to believe her story.
10, She felt it would be tempting fate to try the difficult climb a second time.
11, It would be tempting fate to say that we will definitely win the game.
12, You're tempting fate by riding your bike without wearing a cycle helmet.
13, It is tempting to think of morality as a guide to human conduct.
14, Fire officials said developers are tempting fate by building deep into the scenic canyons.
15, You can catch these insects by tempting them to fly into a trap.
16, He made its program explicable and tempting.
17, All very tempting and very affordable.
18, It is tempting to pick the reformers.
19, Their soups are also very tempting.
20, It is tempting to believe so.
21, The lunch menu includes some tempting vegetarian offerings.
22, These are tempting explanations for fertility decline.
23, Current hardcovers offer some tempting summer reads.
24, It was a tempting offer.
25, These high yields can be tempting but dangerous.
26, The swimming is safe and very tempting in the lake's crystal clear waters.
27, Eddy dangles a very tempting adulterous carrot in front of Richard and suggests a convivial evening of wife swapping.
28, When the business started to have problems,(http://sentencedict.com/tempting.html) it was very tempting to walk away.
29, As soon as you start to talk about never having played on a losing side, it is tempting fate.
30, Lenders in general often appeared to be financing the tempting rates offered to first-time buyers at the expense of existing borrowers.
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