English to Igbo Meaning :: allure

Allure :
ụrà
ido akpiri - ụràụràalluredaratandọrọ-arafualluring
 
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Noun(1) the power to entice or attract through personal charm
Verb(1) dispose or incline or entice to

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(1) Historic attractions should not take their tourist allure for granted, however.(2) In the end, we are all powerless to resist Kidman's allure .(3) The fable of King Midas is one of the prettiest admonitions in classical mythology against the dangerous allure of gold.(4) Despite its romantic allure , gold has historically been a pretty lousy investment.(5) people for whom gold holds no allure(6) Her weight loss may have made her the paparazzi's delight, but in her husband's eyes, she lost all her original allure .(7) There have been blond sex bombs who were aware of their dubious allure and had the good sense to mock it before anyone else did.(8) Few female garments hold as much mystery and allure as the Indian sari.(9) Part of the continuing allure of police action films is the chance to get under the skin of a criminal, to glimpse into an alien world.(10) The allure of French actresses has fascinated generations of movie-goers.(11) It seems no one is immune to the shimmering allure of the pop industry these days - not even soccer heroes like Niall Quinn.(12) The allure of Tinseltown has always been about escapism.(13) They enthralled us with their accomplishments, their glamour and their allure .(14) In politics the Communist Party had at last lost its allure following the suppression of the Hungarian Revolution.(15) For the League sides however, the Cup run retains its allure as a route to excitement and glamour.(16) I hope that fleshing out the mystique hasn't detracted at all from its allure .
Synonyms
Noun
1. attraction ::
mma
2. lure ::
ndọrọ
3. draw ::
ise
4. pull ::
Dọọ
5. appeal ::
mkpesa
8. temptation ::
ọnwụnwa
9. charm ::
amara
10. seduction ::
seduction
11. fascination ::
mmasị
Verb
12. attract ::
adọta
13. lure ::
ndọrọ
14. entice ::
arafu
15. tempt ::
anwa
16. appeal to ::
ịrịọ
17. captivate ::
captivate
18. draw ::
ise
19. win over ::
dọtara
20. charm ::
amara
21. seduce ::
rafuo
22. inveigle ::
inveigle
23. beguile ::
beguile
24. fascinate ::
akpali mmasị
25. whet the appetite of ::
gụọ agụụ nke
Different Forms
allure, allured, allurement, allurements, allures, alluring
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