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allure (verb), allures; allured; alluring
To attract, entice, fascinate, intrigue, etc.: Brian was allured by Maxine's sophistication and charm.

Promises of a quick way to make money often allures the unwary investor to gamble excessively and to lose a lot of money.

Lower hotel prices and transportation will allure more people to travel.

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alluring (adjective), more alluring, most alluring
Highly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire: Pearl had a charming and alluring personality and beauty that resulted in her being a widely recognized movie star and TV talk-show hostess.
Fascinating, charming, and attractive.
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Fascinating and charming; highly attractive. (1)