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Definition of Luringly
1. in an enticing manner [adv]
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Literary usage of Luringly
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1. English Pageantry: An Historical Outline by Robert Withington (1920)
"These two, at the end, beckon luringly to the Vain Student; " he, hesitating for a little while, goeth to them. Turning him round with garlands they do drag ..."
2. Poet Lore (1900)
"luringly sweeps to my heart the cadence, Nay, I could weep though the theme be bliss; Does the stroke of fate admit of ..."
3. The Christian Examiner (1843)
"Buckminster would win you most luringly to the particular sentiment or point of faith, piety, or duty, which he was immediately considering; he would rouse ..."
4. Mississippi Scenes: Or, Sketches of Southern and Western Life and Adventure by Joseph Beckham Cobb (1851)
"... was not to be caught by such pretences as that, and luringly asked the young gentleman to try the mettle of his tumbler in the same way on the other end ..."
5. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1910)
"St. Augustine's Abbey luringly. Keeping in mind that the two end towers of the Cathedral face the west, it is a delight to stroll slowly along the south ..."