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used in Oryx and Crake

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to tempt or attract
  • He went back to Internet porn, found it had lost its bloom: it was repetitive, mechanical, devoid of its earlier allure.
    p. 259.9
  • So he hasn't yet lost his allure.
    p. 158.7
  • But why would he be stupid enough to give up his grey rainy-day allure — the crepuscular essence, the foggy aureole, that had attracted them to him in the first place?
    p. 190.4

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