Definition of "luring" []

  • To tempt or attract by the promise of some type of reward (verb)
  • To entice (a hawk or falcon) from the air to the falconer by a lure (verb)
  • A person or thing that lures (noun)
  • Any of various types of brightly-coloured artificial spinning baits, usually consisting of a plastic or metal body mounted with hooks and trimmed with feathers, etc (noun)
  • A feathered decoy to which small pieces of meat can be attached and which is equipped with a long thong (noun)
  • Present participle of lure. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "luring" in a sentence
  • "“We are also working on this angle, of a transgender gang involved in luring young boys and forcing them to change their sex and later lure them into prostitution to earn money,” Chennai deputy inspector-general of police (crime investigation division) S.N. Seshasai told Bernama today."
  • "Upon subsequent in luring themthrough their thoughts or feelings-to live by a outward man, Satan adopts a subsequent step of sanctimonious to be a suggestion in them."
  • "The "counteroffer," though, reflected the tendency of AFL teams to work together in luring talent."