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Research also shows that for some people, particularly the young, banning a behavior makes it more alluring.
It’s an alluring term for movement-building and capitalizing on people’s outrage, but it makes it seem like the issue of free supplies will benefit only the women who live and exist in poverty themselves.
As they fall apart in the heat and darken in color, they transform into a toffee-like mixture that lends these cookies their alluring, Bananas Foster flavor.
Loving Las Vegas, from its glittering Strip to its alluring desert
In some mammals and overproducing domestic birds, females grow less fertile with age, making maturity seem less alluring than youthfulness.
This makes “technology”-based pitches both alluring and disorienting to many.
Apparently he was contented to sit on his piazza and see customers passing him by for the alluring bargains offered beyond.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
There was something mysterious, evil, about him; but the evil was alluring; it was made to seem as though it were not evil.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
Then she moved away to the music, an exquisite figure, the personification of all that was alluring in her sex.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Her red lips like dew-drenched roses—luscious, pure, alluring, were parted a little in a half smile.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH

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