Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. loire, loirre, loerre, F. leurre, lure, decoy; of German origin; cf. MHG. luoder, G. luder, lure, carrion
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. loerre (Fr. leurre)—Mid. High Ger. luoder (Ger. luder), bait.
Do you think I'd lure you to Chicago and then leave you?
"Little Lost Sister" by Virginia Brooks
In fact, when Mrs. Parry captured him and lured him into her parlor, she was exceedingly disappointed with his appearance.
"A Coin of Edward VII" by Fergus Hume
We have drifted into the subject of LURES almost unconsciously.
"Scotch Loch-Fishing" by AKA Black Palmer, William Senior
Innocent women are lured by advertisements for operators.
"Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls" by Various
A toom hand is nae lure for a hawk.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
The scene was beautiful, and there was nothing to lure her home.
"Vixen, Volume III." by M. E. Braddon
To have made a lure of her tender concern for the unfortunate!
"The Place of Honeymoons" by Harold MacGrath
LISTENER'S LURE: An Oblique Narration.
"Werwolves" by Elliott O'Donnell
And she does not come, as the other did, To lure the names from you by trickery.
"Turandot, Princess of China" by Karl Gustav Vollmöller
As there was a branch of his company in Minneapolis, she lured him that far away.
"Free Air" by Sinclair Lewis
Why then, remembering those shy
Sweet lures, repine
When the dear love she yielded with a sigh
Was all but thine?
"Tutto è Sciolto" by James Joyce
There is the smile of woman's love,
That potent, siren spell,
Which uplifts men to heaven above,
Or lures them down to hell!
"Smiles." by Alfred Castner King
There's hope for one who leaves with shame,
The guilt that lured before;
Remember, He who said, "Repent,"
Said also, "Sin no more."
"The Pilgrim" by Letitia Elizabeth Landon
False brethren were his perils there,
And perils by his countrymen,
And perils by the sirens fair
That lured him to the robber's den.
"Hymns For Dedication VIII" by John Pierpont
The pharos flashes on their flight;
They do not heed its beckoning beam;
The great North, stretching weird and white,
Lures like a dream;
"Wild Geese" by Clinton Scollard
A poor, storm-beaten, lonely waif,
Lured southward from a colder clime
By hope and that unfailing faith
That health will come again in time!
"The Waif" by John Lawson Stoddard
The Idaho Falls Arts Council would like to catch whoever took a bench shaped like a fishing lure that was part of a public art project along the Snake River.
The missing piece is called "Al-Lure".
(Sonny) Werblin, the sports and entertainment impresario who upstaged his entire stunning career by luring Joe Namath to the struggling New York Jets in 1965, died Thursday at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan.
Last week we caught them on bait, this week we caught them on lures.
Bill would lure high-performing teachers to 'high-need' schools.
Instead, municipal officials went to work and created two tax- increment financing (TIF) districts, which lured the companies into staying put and expanding their operations at their current locations.
Great packaging may lure a customer to try something new.
Mongol Rally, Day 24: Lure of the open road.
The latest from Tony Hu, in the former Lure Izakaya space.
"It looked really healthy," Giamei said, adding he caught it on a jig and pig lure.
It was clear from listening to Lee and his wife, Kristen, that it wasn't just the Phillies - the organization, the teammates, the chance to win - that lured them back.
Lido 's lure unchanged by regime switch.
The bottle of sweet-smoked Spanish paprika lures shoppers with its blood-red color, but it's the heady scent of wood smoke that seals the deal.
But Davis managed to lure his dad up by using the grandkids as bait.
On the Riptide 's Web site flashes the phrase "AT THE EDGE OF THE WESTERN WORLD," which is why we're lured to Ocean Beach and why we love the place.
Deering, The Lure of Modern Science: Fractal Thinking, Studies of Nonlinear Phenomena in Life Science, Vol. 3, World Scientiﬁc, New Jersey (1995). B.J.
From Knowledge, Knowability and the Search for Objective Randomness to a New Vision of Complexity
This suppression of N (E ) may lure one into the (incorrect) conclusion that, at T = 0, the Coulomb interactions turn the clean system into an electrical insulator.
Renormalization group approach to 2D Coulomb interacting Dirac fermions with random gauge potential
Such role models will continue to lure the best and brightest candidates.
Challenges facing young astrophysicists
First, the probab i l i ty of fa i lure g iven that ak has reached d before the m th ca l l is zero.
The Hidden Subgroup Problem
Schmid and Weiss [SW04] study ABG under hybrid ﬁlure model of node and communication failures.
A New Look at Composition of Authenticated Byzantine Generals