verb (used with object), al·lured, al·lur·ing.
verb (used without object), al·lured, al·lur·ing.
Origin of allure1
Related formsal·lur·er, nounun·al·lured, adjective
Examples from the Web for allured
The barroom had a double chimney and fire-places; fifteen feet of blazing hearth meant comfort, and allured all teamsters.Stage-coach and Tavern Days|Alice Morse Earle
Give me the man I love; you are neither of an age or temper to be allured by the splendor of a Court or the smiles of princesses.
Now the true policy is, to let them experience the pleasure of doing their duty, and they will easily be allured to it.
I am sure that McClellan is allured to this strategy by the success of the gunboats on the Mississippi.Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862|Adam Gurowski
Now the true policy is to let them experience the pleasure of doing their duty, and they will easily be allured to it.