come-on

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come-on (plural come-ons)

  1. Something intended to attract, as in an advertisement.
    The free offers are just come ons to get you in the store so the sales staff can work on you.
  2. A statement or sometimes action reflecting sexual or relational interest.
    I thought he'd asked me to lunch to discuss business; I wasn't expecting a come on.

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