Synonyms and related words:
alluring, appealing, appetizing, attracting, attractive, beautiful, beguiling, bewitching, blandishing, cajoling, captivating, catching, charismatic, charming, coaxing, come-hither, coquettish, delightful, drawing, enchanting, engaging, enravishing, enthralling, enticing, entrancing, exciting, exotic, exquisite, fascinating, favorable, fetching, flirtatious, glamorous, good-looking, handsome, heart-robbing, hypnotic, interesting, intriguing, inviting, irresistible, lovely, luxurious, magnetic, mesmeric, mouth-watering, piquant, pleasing, provocative, provoquant, ravishing, seducing, seductive, sensuous, siren, sirenic, spellbinding, spellful, taking, tantalizing, teasing, tempting, thrilling, tickling, titillating, titillative, voluptuous, winning, winsome, witching

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.


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