[uh-loo r-muh nt]
- fascination; charm.
- the means of alluring.
- the act or process of alluring.
Origin of allurement
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Examples from the Web for allurement
"If I give her to them, she will never be a widow," was the allurement there.Lotus Buds
The good God has given you love, the only allurement in life.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII.
Guy de Maupassant
It is a peaceful scene, not without something of allurement.Mexico
Charles Reginald Enock
She gets the charm and the allurement of the growing bud on life's tree.The Family and it's Members
Anna Garlin Spencer
This is the allurement of war, its persistent illusion, perhaps.The Psychology of Nations
Word Origin and History for allurement
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