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allure

A popular, non-medical term for (sexual) attractiveness.
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Rounding out the band was bassist Johanna Fateman and the alluringly androgynous keyboardist JD Samson.
Alluringly down-tempo without inertia, Paolo Palopoli's band got the evening off to a strong start.
Ghosts combined alluringly haunting elements: a lyrical classical score by rock musician C.
More alluringly, the shadows that the words strike on the walls become metaphoric guides that offer us transliterations of the poetry, almost as if they were intermediaries steering us through the haze of words and giving them meaning and shape.
We also added quarter-ounce in-line sinkers, about 18 inches above the dart, allowing it to flutter alluringly just above the bottom, which shad generally hug while moving upstream.
An expression of simple beauty and femininity, the collection will appeal to the head and the heart as classic touch and striking flair alluringly come together.
Whilst Klemperer judges these movements perfectly, he never aggrandizes them or makes them too alluringly lyrical.
95), which brings forth a lovely, thick, 3/4-pound, bone-in chop that's alluringly moist and tongue-tingly with a Cajun spice rub.
I saw quality initiatives--so many quality initiatives--with such names as Quality First, the Nursing Home Quality Initiative, Advancing Excellence in America's Nursing Homes, all beckoning alluringly, even while the state survey process whirlpool grew ever larger.
But the Quattroporte is such an alluringly special car that you can forgive it anything.
The home and studio of portraitist Edward Chambre Hardman (1898-1988) at 56 Rodney Street contained all his work, his private and business papers, equipment (left) and most alluringly his idiosyncratic filing system that includes locks of hair so that assistants could colour by hand the black and white portraits to capture perfect likenesses.
30,Sainsbury's) has an alluringly delicate aroma of apricots and orange blossom, with a clean acidity that prevents it from becoming cloying.