alluringly

alluring

[uh-loor-ing]
adjective
1.
very attractive or tempting; enticing; seductive.
2.
fascinating; charming.

Origin:
1525–35; allure1 + -ing2

alluringly, adverb
alluringness, noun
unalluring, adjective
unalluringly, adverb
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alluring (əˈljʊərɪŋ, əˈlʊə-)
 
adj
enticing; fascinating; attractive
 
alluringly
 
adv

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alluring
1530s, "action of attracting," verbal noun formed from allure (q.v.). As a prp. adj. meaning "appealing to desires" it is attested from 1570s.
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