allure
[əˈljʊə, əˈljɔː]
NOUN
allures (plural noun)
  1. the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating.
    "people for whom gold holds no allure"
    antonyms:
VERB
allures (third person present) · allured (past tense) · allured (past participle) · alluring (present participle)
  1. powerfully attract or charm; tempt.
    "will sponsors really be allured by such opportunities?"
    synonyms:
    attract · lure · entice · tempt · appeal to · whet the appetite of ·
    make someone's mouth water · captivate · draw · beguile · bewitch · enchant · win over · charm · seduce · persuade · lead on · tantalize · intrigue · fascinate · give the come-on to · enticing · tempting · attractive · appealing · fetching · inviting · glamorous · captivating · seductive · enchanting · beguiling · charming · fascinating · intriguing · tantalizing · magnetic · irresistible · on fleek · come-hither
    antonyms:
Origin
late Middle English (in the sense ‘tempt, entice’): from Old French aleurier ‘attract’, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to’) + luere ‘a lure’ (originally a falconry term).
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will sponsors really be allured by such opportunities?.
people for whom gold holds no allure.
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Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)جاذبية, الور, الاغراء
Bangla মুগ্ধতায়
Bosnian (Latin) privlačnost
Bulgarian (NOUN)чар, съблазънта
(VERB)привлекат
Cantonese (Traditional) 吸引力
Catalan (NOUN)encant
Chinese Simplified 吸引力
Chinese Traditional 吸引力
Croatian (NOUN)vabiti, privlačnost
Czech (NOUN)lákadlu, půvab, kouzlo
Danish (NOUN)fremtoning, fornemmelse, charme, tiltrækning
Dutch (NOUN)fascinatie, uitstraling, aantrekkingskracht
Fijian veisiwati
Filipino gayuma
Finnish (NOUN)vetovoiman, houkutteleva, viehätys
French (NOUN)attrait
(VERB)séduire
German (NOUN)Reiz, Verlockung, Faszination, Anziehungskraft
(VERB)verführen
Greek (NOUN)γοητεία
Haitian Creole atire
Hebrew (NOUN)הפיתוי
Hindi (NOUN)लुभाना, आकर्षण
Hungarian (NOUN)varázsa, vonzereje, csábító
Indonesian (NOUN)daya tarik, godaan, pesona
Italian (NOUN)fascino, attrattiva
(VERB)sedurre
Japanese (NOUN)アリュール, 魅力, 魅惑, アルーア
Kiswahili matamanio
Korean (NOUN)매력, 겠습니다
Lithuanian (NOUN)vilioti, žavesį
Malagasy fisarihan'
Malay (Latin) pesona
Persian (NOUN)جذبه
Polish (NOUN)urok, urokowi, urokiem
Portuguese (NOUN)fascínio, encanto, sedução
(VERB)seduzem
Querétaro Otomi njohya
Romanian (NOUN)alura
Russian (NOUN)аллюр, очарование, привлекательность, Альюре
Samoan faatosinaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) привлачност
Serbian (Latin) privlačnost
Slovak (NOUN)lákadlá, pôvab, čaro
Slovenian (NOUN)zapeljivost, vabiti, privlačnost
Spanish (NOUN)encanto
(VERB)seducir
Swedish (NOUN)tjusningen, lockelse, UPPVAKTANDE, dragningskraft
Tahitian haatiti
Tamil நயங்காட்டி
Telugu కొన
Thai จูงใจ
Tongan manakoa
Turkish (NOUN)albeni, cazibe
Ukrainian (NOUN)привабливість, чарівність
Urdu رغبت
Welsh apelio
Yucatec Maya encanto
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