- I(Roget's IV) n.Syn. seducer, charmer, prompter; see lecher .II(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) n.enticer, temptress, tantalizer, seducer, seductress, teaser, Satan.III(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun One that seduces: allurer, charmer, enticer, inveigler, lurer, seducer. See PERSUASION.
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tempter — [temp′tər] n. [ME temptour < MFr tempteur < L temptator, tempter, in LL(Ec), Satan] a person who tempts the Tempter the Devil; Satan … English World dictionary
Tempter — Tempt er, n. One who tempts or entices; especially, Satan, or the Devil, regarded as the great enticer to evil. Those who are bent to do wickedly will never want tempters to urge them on. Tillotson. [1913 Webster] So glozed the Tempter, and his… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
tempter — mid 14c., from M.Fr. tempteur (14c.), O.Fr. *tempteor, from L. temptatorem, agent noun from temptare (see TEMPT (Cf. tempt)). Originally especially of the Devil … Etymology dictionary
tempter — ► NOUN ▪ a person or thing that tempts … English terms dictionary
tempter — /temp teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that tempts, esp. to evil. 2. the Tempter, Satan; the devil. [1350 1400; TEMPT + ER1; r. ME temptour < OF temptere, temptëor < LL temptator , s. of temptator tempter (to sin), L: one who makes an attempt; see … Universalium
tempter — tempt•er [[t]ˈtɛmp tər[/t]] n. 1) one that tempts, esp. to evil 2) rel the Tempter, Satan • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME temptour < OF temptere < LL temptātor tempter (to sin), L: one who attempts; see tempt, tor … From formal English to slang
tempter — 1. noun a) Someone or something that tempts. He is a tempter of married women. b) A seducer, especially a man who seduces. See Also: temptress 2. verb to … Wiktionary
tempter — noun a person or thing that tempts. ↘(the Tempter) the Devil … English new terms dictionary
tempter — n. (fem. temptress) 1 a person who tempts. 2 (the Tempter) the Devil. Etymology: ME f. OF tempteur f. eccl.L temptator oris (as TEMPT) … Useful english dictionary
tempter — noun Date: 14th century one that tempts or entices … New Collegiate Dictionary
tempter — Synonyms and related words: Circe, Don Juan, Lorelei, Parthenope, Siren, abettor, actuator, animator, cajoler, charmer, coax, coaxer, coquette, enchanter, enchantress, encourager, energizer, enticer, femme fatale, firer, flirt, gadfly, galvanizer … Moby Thesaurus