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Definition of "alluring" []

  • Enticing; fascinating; attractive (adjective)
  • Present participle of allure. (verb)

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  • The action of the verb allure. (noun)
  • Having the power to allure. (adjective)

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Use "alluring" in a sentence
  • "Is it a deliberate recruitment drive by the church; are the robes particularly alluring; is it the funny hats?"
  • "The prose of Flaubert, the imagery of Baudelaire, the harmonies of Wagner, Scruton points out, have all been accused of immorality, by those who believe that they paint wickedness in alluring colors."
  • "What once was terrifying or alluring is now just the way of the world."