Synonym: attract, draw on, entice, pull, seduce, tempt. Similar words: allure, failure, lurid, sure, cure, azure, secure, assure. Meaning: [lʊr /ljʊə] n. 1. qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward 2. anything that serves as an enticement 3. something used to lure victims into danger. v. provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion.
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2. No artist of performer can entirely escape the lure of fame and its promise of endless admiration and respect, but there is a heavy price one must pay for it.
3. She can't resist the lure of the bright light.
4. He felt the lure of distant places.
5. The company aims to lure smokers back to cigarettes.
6. Cheese is really a good lure for mice.
7. Few can resist the lure of adventure.
8. Supermarket chains try to lure customers with price discounts.
9. Don't lure him from his duty.
10. He attempted to lure her away from husband and family.
11. The lure of rural life is proving as strong as ever.
12. The bank launched an advertising campaign to lure back its traditional customers.
13. How can you lure the owner into leaving the house unlocked so that we can steal the jewels?
14. She never hold out on the lure of money to do something they wanted.
15. Malc wasn't mature enough to resist the lure of drink and drugs.
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16. It's very difficult to lure talent away from Silicon Valley.
17. Her winning ways were always enough to lure any man on.
18. Service stations use petrol as a bait to lure motorists into the restaurants and other facilities.
19. When their initial lure had played out, the pioneers of the West found other attractions to induce them to stay on.
20. I start reeling in the lure.
21. Suddenly a fish took the lure.
22. So great is the lure of material possessions!
23. And thus to lure him into proposing to Sandra.
24. Was she the bait to lure him into a trap?
25. Whether 60 or 16, there is in every human being's heart the lure of wonders.
26. The excitement of hunting big game in Africa has been a lure to Europeans for 200 years.
27. Since John is a womanizer, it is not difficult to bring him to the lure.
28. Organizers made it a point to include music and poetry to help relax the atmosphere and lure more students.
29. Normally the fish would take one look at the lure, and turn back in disgust.
30. Most of all, Mr Winchester writes in a way guaranteed to lure the reader on to the most improbable journeys.