Definition of alluring in English:

alluring

Line breaks: al¦lur|ing
Pronunciation: /əˈl(j)ʊərɪŋ
 
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adjective

Powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating; seductive: the town offers alluring shops and restaurants
More example sentences
  • Equally dear to thirsty citizens is the alluring watermelon.
  • Just like the yellow teardrop, the pear shape is alluring.
  • The American dream has been alluring to potential immigrants.

Derivatives

alluringly

adverb
More example sentences
  • The fabulous thing about these brownies is that each one is different, depending on which sweetie happens to be sunk alluringly into the mixture.
  • Each table is decorated with carefully attended tealights which allow lovers to stare alluringly into each others eyes.
  • But Ferrick's a resourceful alley cat of a performer, and the angst she suffers seeps alluringly into her croaky, staccato vocals and percussive acoustic guitar strums.

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