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alluring

adjective uk   /əˈljʊə.rɪŋ/ /-ˈlʊə-/  us   /-ˈlʊr-/
attractive or exciting: I didn't find the prospect of a house with no electricity very alluring. She was wearing a most alluring dress at Sam's dinner party.
alluringly
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Translations of “alluring”
in Korean 매혹적인…
in Arabic مُغرٍ…
in Portuguese sedutor, atraente…
in French séduisant…
in German verlockend…
in Catalan atractiu, seductor…
in Japanese 魅力的な, 刺激的な…
in Italian attraente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誘人的,迷人的, 吸引人的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 诱人的,迷人的, 吸引人的…
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