Synonym: attract, captivate, charm, fascinate, infatuate, tempt. Similar words: failure, call up, fill up, roll up, pull up, allusion, illusion, fall under. Meaning: [ə'ljʊə] n. the power to entice or attract through personal charm. v. dispose or incline or entice to.
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(2) Empty hands no hawk allure.
(3) Already the allure of meals in restaurants had begun to pall.
(4) The allure of the moonlit swimming pool proved too much for him.
(5) It's a game that has really lost its allure.
(6) And today it takes on much more irresistible allure.
(7) It held no allure for me.
(8) The allure of foreign bonds is readily apparent.
(9) The allure of diamonds lies at the heart of the issue.
(10) A challenging language,(sentencedict.com) carrying with it the sweet allure of forbidden fruit.
(11) They do not possess the seductive allure of other parts of the female anatomy.
(12) Some of the allure is a residue of the Gregorian chant mania of a few years ago.
(13) Fatty snacks can soon lose their allure if you have nothing else to eat.
(14) The allure of pipes, of a lute, of a lyre, a flute.
(15) He can't resist the allure of the pretty waitress.
(16) For Zhang, the allure of the suburbs soon waned.
(17) The window displays allure customers to buy goods.
(18) This is a field that provides allure extremely really.
(19) Do you feel the allure of the sea?
(20) He was struck by Madeline's almost blatant allure.
(21) Was her snaggletoothed allure an example of that inner beauty I claim doesn't exist?
(22) Allure of the Seas is 361 meters long, has the gross tonnage of 225, 000, 2700 staterooms[sentence dictionary], 16 decks and can accommodate about 6400 guests and a crew of 2200.
(23) He's an excellent actor, but he doesn't have the sexual allure that the role requires.
(24) At 50, she had lost none of her sexual allure.
(25) Some go through weeks of eating great quantities of potato chips or ice-cream sandwiches before the forbidden foods lose their allure.
(26) Jack Kemp would have to recommend that tax brackets be compressed to as low as 10 percent to dull their allure.
(27) For their glimpse into the earth, modern researchers are indebted to the age-old allure of diamonds.
(28) Passing the test allows a character to sense that there is some magical allure or drawing-in effect here which is dangerous.
(29) She was twenty-eight years of age with the kind of breathtaking allure normally associated with the cover of a glossy fashion magazine.
(30) On November 13, 2010, Royal Caribbean International's cruise ship, Allure of the Seas, arrived from Finland at its home in Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
More similar words: failure, call up, fill up, roll up, pull up, allusion, illusion, fall under, pollution, illustrate, antebellum, hallucinate, illuminate, disillusion, make full use of, sure, azure, purely, bureau, mature, injure, duress, for sure, figure, ensure, assure, secure, culture, texture, capture.