alluring[ə lo̵or′iŋ, a-]
An example of someone who is alluring is a beautiful woman.
- Present participle of allure.
- The action of the verb allure.
(comparative more alluring, superlative most alluring)
- Having the power to allure.
Variant of allure
intransitive verballured, alluring
Origin of allureMiddle English aluren ; from Old French alurer ; from a-, to + loirer, to lure (see lure); associated, association with French allure, gait, way of walking, love affair ; from aller (see alley)