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allure
used in Interview with the Vampire

5 uses
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Definition
to tempt or attract
  • But I found her more alluring than any woman I'd known in mortal life.
    Part 1 (40% in)
  • If he were not picking the pocket of a dead man in an alley, he was at the greatest gambling tables in the richest salons of the city, using his vampire keenness to suck gold and dollars and deeds of property from young planters' sons who found him deceptive in his friendship and alluring in his charm.
    Part 1 (23% in)
  • They tolerated the baptism and modest garments imposed on there by the French Catholic laws; but in the evenings, they made their cheap fabrics into alluring costumes, made jewelry of animal bones and bits of discarded metal which they polished to look like gold; and the slave cabins of Pointe du Lac were a foreign country, an African coast after dark, in which not even the coldest overseer would want to wander.
    Part 1 (30% in)
  • But she was looking into his eyes row, and her pain bathed her in a beauteous light, a light which made her irresistibly alluring.
    Part 3 (17% in)
  • (r)h, I remember perfectly what mortal vision was, the dimness of it, and how the vampire's beauty burned through that veil, so powerfully alluring, so utterly deceiving!
    Part 3 (49% in)

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