allurement

[ uh-loo r-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF allurement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALLUREMENT

"If I give her to them, she will never be a widow," was the allurement there.

The good God has given you love, the only allurement in life.

It is a peaceful scene, not without something of allurement.

She gets the charm and the allurement of the growing bud on life's tree.

This is the allurement of war, its persistent illusion, perhaps.

Her mediumship, so vital to the world, so sacred in his eyes, had but added to her allurement.

The proud title which ye would offer me holds no allurement to my tastes.

And yet such things had been his one allurement as a young man.

Of all these tales, those of the border naturally had most allurement.

And yet association with him presented the allurement of a dangerous adventure.

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