verb (used with object), al·lured, al·lur·ing.
verb (used without object), al·lured, al·lur·ing.
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Origin of allure
OTHER WORDS FROM allureal·lur·er, nounun·al·lured, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for allure
If we can keep our republic, it will require dampening the allure of conspiracy theories, particularly about the fraudulence of elections.Why America Is Ripe for Election Conspiracy Theorizing - Facts So Romantic|Brian Gallagher|November 17, 2020|Nautilus
Their romance builds naturally and capitalizes on the physical allure they felt all along.‘Written in the Stars’ is a ‘Pride and Prejudice’ reboot that’s charming, effervescent and entirely itself|Ellen Morton|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
Gravel grinders, as one of the sport’s fastest growing segments, feed off aspirations of freedom and the allure of adventure, and they appeal to experts and newbies alike.
More emphasis on space—space to spread out, to be outside, and to work from home—as well as the return of suburban allure.September brings sales slowdown for certain home types|Marc Ross|October 16, 2020|Washington Blade
What makes this episode interesting is that it’s where that allure begins to wear off.
Her father, allured by his wealth, was very anxious that his daughter should accept the offer.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
But Lady Hartledon, though thus sweetly allured to confession, held her tongue.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
But by the pleasure led,Of that sweet likeness, that allured me so,A long and heavy servitude to bear.The Poems of Giacomo Leopardi|Giacomo Leopardi
All the nations around willingly united themselves to him, allured by his discourses and promises.
The tyrants allured them to dishonor by threats and rewards.