lure

Lure vs Law - What's the difference?

lure | law |


As a noun lure

is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

As a verb lure

is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

As a proper noun law is

or law can be , perhaps originally meaning someone who lives near a burial mound or law can be (judaism) the torah.

Lure vs Bate - What's the difference?

lure | bate |


As verbs the difference between lure and bate

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while bate is .

As a noun lure

is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

Lure vs Elicit - What's the difference?

lure | elicit |


As verbs the difference between lure and elicit

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while elicit is to evoke, educe (emotions, feelings, responses, etc); to generate, obtain, or provoke as a response or answer.

As a noun lure

is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

As an adjective elicit is

(obsolete) elicited; drawn out; made real; open; evident.

Lure vs Lure - What's the difference?

lure | lure |


In fishing|lang=en terms the difference between lure and lure

is that lure is (fishing) an artificial bait attached to a fishing line to attract fish while lure is (fishing) an artificial bait attached to a fishing line to attract fish.

As nouns the difference between lure and lure

is that lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure while lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

As verbs the difference between lure and lure

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

Lure vs Chum - What's the difference?

lure | chum |


As nouns the difference between lure and chum

is that lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure while chum is cluster, bunch.

As a verb lure

is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

Lure vs Sanction - What's the difference?

lure | sanction |


As nouns the difference between lure and sanction

is that lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure while sanction is an approval, by an authority, generally one that makes something valid.

As verbs the difference between lure and sanction

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while sanction is to ratify; to make valid.

Lure vs Seducing - What's the difference?

lure | seducing |


As verbs the difference between lure and seducing

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while seducing is .

As a noun lure

is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

Lure vs Grip - What's the difference?

lure | grip |


As nouns the difference between lure and grip

is that lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure while grip is a hold or way of holding, particularly with the hand or grip can be (dialectal) a small ditch or trench; a channel to carry off water or other liquid; a drain or grip can be (obsolete) the griffin.

As verbs the difference between lure and grip

is that lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice while grip is to take hold of, particularly with the hand.

Hide vs Lure - What's the difference?

hide | lure |


As verbs the difference between hide and lure

is that hide is to put (something) in a place where it will be harder to discover or out of sight or hide can be to beat with a whip made from hide while lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

As nouns the difference between hide and lure

is that hide is (countable) (mainly british) a covered structure from which hunters, birdwatchers, etc can observe animals without scaring them or hide can be (countable) the skin of an animal or hide can be a medieval land measure equal to the amount of land that could sustain one free family; usually 100 acres forty hides equalled a barony while lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

Accost vs Lure - What's the difference?

accost | lure |


As verbs the difference between accost and lure

is that accost is to approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, as with a demand or request while lure is to attract by temptation etc; to entice.

As nouns the difference between accost and lure

is that accost is (rare) address; greeting while lure is something that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.

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