|Origin:||allure 'to attract' (15-21 centuries), from Old French alurer, from luere; LURE2|
al‧lure [singular, uncountable]
the allure of foreign travel
At 50, she had lost none of her sexual allure.
—allure verb [transitive]
harmonies that never fail to allure the listener
the alluring magic of Hong Kong
—allurement noun [uncountable and countable]