You would be astounded to learn how many ruined women are wives who have been allured to sin.
She was not allured, hardly tempted, by the young man's offer as he made it.
Its shapes and sounds and silences and colours have allured me from first acquaintance.
She is, or is not, allured to Edinburgh, 'a wedding for to see.'
It is allured thither by a bounty, not paid by England, but by Holland and Jamaica.
"I must have it at any price," says the Nabob, allured by the name of Mora.
And how beautiful was that princess Santa, pure in life, she who allured the heart of him when he had turned himself into a stag?
Meanwhile his hand or a wizardry subdued her will, allured her body.
The brilliant disk fascinated and allured me; my eyes became fixed, and I could hardly breathe.
Day after day, when she is out with Kate, you may see him join her—allured to her side.
c.1400, from Anglo-French alurer, Old French aleurer "to attract, captivate; train a falcon to hunt," from à "to" (see ad-) + loirre "falconer's lure," from a Frankish word (see lure), perhaps influenced by French allure "gait, way of walking." Related: Allured; alluring. The noun is first attested 1540s; properly this sense is allurement.