lured, past participle; lured, past tense; lures, 3rd person singular present; luring, present participle;
Tempt (a person or an animal) to do something or to go somewhere, esp. by offering some form of reward
the child was lured into a car but managed to escape
Something that tempts or is used to tempt a person or animal to do something
the film industry always has been a glamorous lure for young girls
The strongly attractive quality of a person or thing
the lure of a better-paid job
A type of bait used in fishing or hunting
A bunch of feathers with a weighted object attached to a long string, swung around the head of the falconer to recall a hawk
entice: provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion; "He lured me into temptation"
qualities that attract by seeming to promise some kind of reward
bait: anything that serves as an enticement
bait: something used to lure fish or other animals into danger so they can be trapped or killed
Luré is a commune in the Loire department in central France.
Lurë is a municipality in the Dibër District, Dibër County, northeastern Albania.
A lure is a mechanism used in falconry. It is a pair of bird wings attached to an object which is swung round and round in a cord, for the falcon to chase.
Lure (foaled 1989) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and owned by Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky, he is a son of the leading stallion Danzig who in turn was sired by Hall of Fame and most prominent sire, Northern Dancer. He was out of the mare Endear by another Hall of Famer, Alydar.
Something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure; An artificial bait attached to a fishing line to attract fish; A bunch of feathers attached to a line, used in falconry to recall the hawk; To attract by temptation etc.; to entice; To recall a hawk with a lure
(Lures) you may place plantings that are attractive to the stink bug (such as sunflowers) on the perimeter of your property and eliminate (spray/capture) them from there. A problem with this is you may be inviting your neighbor’s stink bugs to your home or yard. ...
(Lures) Artificial bait made to resemble live bait.
(lures) (in feeding behaviour: Types of food procurement)
(Luring) Term used in Clicker Training. Enticing an animal to offer a behavior using a lure such as a food treat or Target (also see Capturing and Modeling).
The mechanical device attached to an arm and electrically driven around the racing oval.
An object used to retrieve birds used in hawking. Consists of feathers tied to a rope, food is contained in the lure whilst training the birds.
A prompt wherein you direct the subject's attention with something and use that to get some behavior to be performed. Like the carrot in front of the donkey, we can use treats that the dog will act to smell, which we can then use to encourage them to move wherever we move the treat.
a leather or cloth dummy made to look like a hawk’s primary prey. A small piece of meat is often tied to the lure. Some lures are used to exercise a trained raptor, such as the type a falcon swings over his head to induce a falcon to repeatedly stoop . ...
The instrument used for calling long-winged hawks, a dead pigeon, or an artificial lure made of leather and feathers or wings of birds, tied to a string, with meat attached to it.
n. Usually a leather bag, sometimes with winglike extensions, attached to the end of a line, and swung to attract a falcon. Training to the lure provides another method of recalling a trained raptor, and also keeps the bird in condition for hunting.
A bait for animals, especially an artificial one used in fishing
(lur) A bunch of feathers. (The lure was used in falconry to recall the hawks.)
(n.) - a small leather pouch, sometime shaped like a bird, that is used to call a hawk in to the falconer and often used as a means of conditioning.
A lure is a fake baby fish or bug that is not real, it just looks real. Most of them are made out of plastic and wood and they have real sharp hooks. When fish get hungry they like to eat the lures. They think they are real food. They eat them, then they get hooked and you reel them in. ...
Any spell which acts to incite a person’s desire for a person or object and draw them towards it.