Thesaurus / lure

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The young falconer should endeavour from the first to keep his charges in such condition that they will always come to the lure.
If there is a fish in the creek you can depend on Wing to lure him.
Will you do so, or leave him alone, and take down the falcon to the lure?
If this is to lure and inveigle a young man into wedlock, the elder Miss Westbrook was guilty of that offence.
THE REAL SHELLEY, VOL. I (OF 2)JOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
I paused to look at her, and, as long as I watched, she played her best to lure me.
WILD LIFE NEAR HOMEDALLAS LORE SHARP
Gradually, one after another, the other four girls fell under the lure of their vanity and their acquisitiveness.
ANGEL ISLANDINEZ HAYNES GILLMORE
For Kars the lure of it all was broken, broken beyond repair.
She wanted to call upon Mrs. Hornby and question her about Jamsie, her last boy, who had succumbed to the lure of the States.
THE PLACE BEYOND THE WINDSHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
There was no Hercules to perform the mighty labor, nor Amphion to lure them to their place with the music of his golden lyre.
AMONG THE FORCESHENRY WHITE WARREN
Various contrivances are often adopted to lure them to their destruction.

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