decoy, charisma, allurement, enchantment, witchery, cajole, inveigle, take, call, glamour, like, tempt, persuasion, solicitation, win, temptingness.
attract (part of speech: verb)
persuade (part of speech: verb)
- win over,
attraction (part of speech: noun)
He scarcely noted the humble offerings of indifferent fruit, and still more indifferent wine, which the pious Sosia had deemed good enough for the invisible stranger they were intended to allure.
- "The Last Days of Pompeii", Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.
It is also reported, that the spirit of the Indian queen often haunts the cell, and has some secret power to allure
chosen way- farers there to rest, and have the dreams which belong to the place.
- "Papers from Overlook-House", Casper Almore.
16. " Therefore, behold, I allure
her, and lead her into the wilderness and speak to her heart."
- "Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1", Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg.