Definition of Allure:
Synonyms of Allure:
● The jazz
Opposite/Antonyms of Allure:
Sentence/Example of Allure:
As the pandemic continues, we’re losing the energy to keep our sourdough starters alive, and with that fatigue, the allure of the spice blend is rising.
The technique is valuable for validating origin when terroir is part of a product’s allure.
Not even the allure of a desk away from home—and poolside massages—can fix that gap anytime soon.
Still, the allure and convenience of a fully operational and resourced studio kitchen and staff is is probably undeniable.
Their cry is a kind of groan, which the huntsmen imitate in order to allure them.
We have already seen that early attempts were made to allure the members to their duty by payment.
She flashed at him over her shoulder a smile that had all the allure of lovely youth.
Let us not pay attention to those deceptive lights which the world holds out to allure and destroy.
Neither hot nor cold, the whole aspect of the dinner-table resisted and repelled the gaze, and made no pretensions to allure it.
I will allure her, and bring her into the wilderness, and speak comfortably to her.