Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lure"

The meaning of "Lure" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does give into the lure mean?
A: it means an animal or person (depending on the context) was tempted to do something or go somewhere and they accepted it because they were deceived.
Q: What does lure mean?
A: @riyajain0412 It means to draw in someone or something. It is typically used as follows:
"I will lure in the deer with some bait."
"The man was lured into the building because he desired something they provided."
It is commonly a word that has a mysterious and sort of evil connotation.
Q: What does I "lure" people in my company mean?
A: “Lure” is a negative term. It means that you are able to gather people to you for bad reasons.
Q: What does
lure mean?
A: lure: to tempt or attract someone to do something or go somewhere
Q: What does lure mean?
A: A lure is something you put on the end of a fishing rod to attract fish. So the verb "to lure" means to attract someone by using bait of some sort. You can do this romantically or in regular situations. Shops lure customers in with stylish window displays, for example.

Example sentences using "Lure"

Q: Please show me example sentences with lure .
A: A lure is something you use to catch fish.
I bought a new lure for my fishing trip in Los Cabos.

To lure is a verb that means to attract.
Amazon tries to lure customers with free shipping.
The robber lured his victims into the alley before robbing them.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lure.
A: I use a lure when I go fishing.

They will lure you in if you’re not careful.

She used her womanly charms to lure him away.

Sirens were said to lure sailors to their deaths.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lure.
A: He used cheese to lure the mouse into his trap
Q: Please show me example sentences with lure .
A: The fox lured the rabbit into the corner.
The man lured the kids with candy.
We will lure them to come with drinks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with lure away from.
A: 1) News channels constantly attempt to lure viewers away from the truth

2) A successful businessman knows how to lure investors into a deal

3) Warning signs are made to lure away potential victims from danger

Synonyms of "Lure" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lure and tempt and seduce ?
A: lure can be used for multiple circumstances, like you say "I lured him over by promising chocolate", and it's basically the same as tempt. However, seduce is pretty much only used in a sexual way :)
Q: What is the difference between lure and tempt and Bees are lured by the scent of flowers. and Bees are tempt by the scent of flowers. ?
A: The difference between Lure and Tempt is that when used as verbs, lure means to attract by temptation etc
whereas tempt means to provoke someone to do wrong, especially by promising a reward.
Lure is also noun with the meaning: something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

Lure is more to something that tempts or is used to tempt a person/animal to do something.
ex: The girl was lured into the van, but she got away

Tempt is by our own willing, to have an urge to do something
ex: I was tempted to break my diet because of the sweet smelling pie.

In your case, i think its better to use the word "tempt"

a little correction: "Bees are temptED by the scent of flowers"
Q: What is the difference between lure and bait and decoy ?
A: There are the same thing
Q: What is the difference between lure and allure ?
A: As nouns the difference between allure and lure
is that allure is the power to attract, entice; the quality causing attraction while lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

As verbs the difference between allure and lure
is that allure is to entice; to attract while lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

Translations of "Lure"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lure
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lure
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Other questions about "Lure"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce lure.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce lure.
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Q: He was so childish that he couldn't resist the lure.
He was so childish that he couldn't beat the temptation.
Does this sound natural?
A: Both are right.


These are words you can replace resist/beat with.
withstand
fight against
forgo
curb
stop giving into
stop succumbing to
refrain from
hold out against
combat
win against

These are words you can replace lure/temptation with.
appetite
forbidden desire
addiction
enchantment
bewitchment
captivation
seduction
urge
bait
impulse
enticement
fascination
appeal
attraction
Q: Please show me how to pronounce lured away from.
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Q: The lure of Paris is the monuments and museums.

I know you can't say "the lure are the monuments", nut even like this feels somehow off, is it grammatical? Does this sound natural?
A: The lure of Paris is the monuments and museums.
The lure is the monuments and museums.

The subject of this sentence is "lure", and the verb is "is", so these have to agree. "Lure" is singular, so you have to use a singular verb ("is").

This might sound strange because "monuments and museums" is plural. But "monuments and museums" is not the subject of the sentence.

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