I agree, no, no, nooooo to the word "tempting." That comes off as encouragement. Sounds as though he's not even remotely tempted.
I agree with you too, there. The last thing he wants to do is encourage her by saying it is "tempting".
He's not attracted to her, and not interested, and that it that. Married or not.
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Also, to the thread in general: again, to me it does not matter whether a neighbour is single, in an open marriage, married, engaged, attractive or ugly. You do not cat-call or make loud comments to any person who is exercising, moving the lawn, or going about whatever their business of the moment is. I don't care how attractive they are. That is just rude and uncalled for.
This woman needs to learn that a neighbourhood is not a strip club where people show themselves off for your enjoyment and where you voice your approval loudly. Leave people in peace. Again, I just can't fathom how this woman does not realise that it is not okay to harass and embarrass people like that, and make such a spectacle of herself. It's just not done.