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Definition lure

Etymology 1

From Anglo-Norman lure, from Old French loirre (Modern French leurre), from Frankish lothr, from Proto-Germanic *l?r-. Compare English allure, from Old French.

Noun

lure (plural lures)

  1. something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure
  2. (fishing) an artificial bait attached to a fishing line to attract fish
  3. a bunch of feathers attached to a line, used in falconry to recall the hawk
  4. a velvet smoothing brush
Verb

lure (third-person singular simple present lures, present participle luring, simple past and past participle lured)

  1. to attract by temptation etc.; to entice
  2. to recall a hawk with a lure

Etymology 2

Borrowed from Icelandic lr

Noun

lure (plural lures)

  1. A trumpet with long curved tube, used for calling cattle, etc.

Results 150 Words with the letters LURE

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6 letter words with the letters LURE 
5 letter words with the letters LURE 
BLUER 10
CRUEL 10
JUREL 16
LEMUR 10
LUCRE 10
PULER 10
RUBLE 10
ULCER 10
4 letter words with the letters LURE 
LURE 6
RULE 6
3 letter words with the letters LURE 
LEU 5
RUE 4
2 letter words with the letters LURE 
EL 3
ER 2
RE 2

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