alluring[ uh-loo r-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF alluring
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In person he is as beautiful as a snake-fence, as alluring as a stone wall.
I can turn a deaf ear to enticements the most alluring, and sounds the most insinuating.
One of them was tall and majestic, and the other low, and of a shape and figure the most alluring.
Gibbon said of Lady Elizabeth that she was the most alluring of women.
And by her alluring arts she had won her sympathy and confidence.
Even the Gothic Christians were seduced by these alluring refinements.
The resources of the islands, as I have already said, are magnificent and alluring.
Praising and petting and alluring and crying-up are half of fortune-telling.
But it is the alluring, hysterical fear which makes a child say, “Scare me again.”
They gazed at the men like sleek animals, with looks that were wanton and alluring.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ALLURING
- easy on the eyes