lure[ loor ]SEE DEFINITION OF lure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LURE
Much has been said concerning the efficacy of the Water Fly as a lure.
Here, they are brazenly advertised as "afternoon teas" to lure the unwary.
But by degrees he was once more ensnared by the lure of the gaming table.
Better still, if I could throw temptation in his way, and lure him on to rob me.
All sorts of deceptions are used to lure folk into the mountain gorges.
What need was there for him to lure me into his heaven to feed horses?
I had felt the lure of her personality; there was not one of us on board the Ertak who had not.
Nana was being tempted by the jingle of cash and the lure of adventure on the streets.
To this spot, no doubt, he had all along intended to lure his victim.
The attraction of beauty is not the only lure by which a creature may win its mate.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LURE
- lead astray
- lead on
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