English words and Examples of Usage

use "lure" in a sentence

Meanwhile, he said, “the lure of Wall Street money hasn’t changed.”

Some retailers charge considerably less in order to lure customers.

The problem arises when hunters use the chocolate to lure these animals.

Now, the promise of higher wages could lure more people into the labour force.

Asked what kind of convention might lure her across the world, Vikander laughed.

The well-prepared cocktails, especially margaritas, are another lure, of course.

And unfortunately people fall prey to that because the lure of the quick money."

Quite a feat, and well-deserved: Siren’s Lure is a delicious, easy-to-drink beer.

"It does seem to lure the British back and I don't say that at all disparagingly.

They drafted security concepts and tried to lure skylarks away from the airfield.

Analysts say the company has failed to build out new products and lure more users.

The lure of salvation for fanatically defending the faith is proving irresistible.

State to invest $200M to lure Volvo’s $500M The critics are already raising questions.

So why are Wal-Mart (WMT) and Amazon (AMZN) dangling $20 discount coupons to lure buyers?

The Egyptian government has been trying to lure back tourists for the summer high season.

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