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Definition of "allures" []

  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of allure. (verb)

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Use "allures" in a sentence
  • "He puts us in perplexing paths -- "allures" and "brings into the wilderness," only, however, that we may see more of Himself, and that He may "speak comfortably unto us.""
  • "So while the drama surrounding Governor Romney heightens with Gingrich, via negative ads, it momentarily allures many Americans; but in the end, citizens will settle for the most stable candidate."
  • "We know that the romantic, erotic qualities are there in a way that allures, but in fact, the other qualities of love are not as commercially interesting but truly much more ample and widespread."
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