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honeypot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhoneypothon‧ey‧pot /ˈhʌnipɒt $ -pɑːt/ noun [countable] British English 🔊 🔊 WANTsomething that is attractive to a lot of people syn magnet
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honeypotIf you put some one in a honeypot they will eat all the honey.On page 12 Whit Deschner explains why you would not want to go to this prime honeypot river.This is a great country and the honeypot is open to all.Privatization could be the honeypot of all time for Wall Street, according to Wall Street executives and analysts.The honeypot of Inveraray lures the car-based tourist past as the main road is on the opposite side of the canal.
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