- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lure.
“•Offensive line: Jeff Faine, lured from the New Orleans Saints, takes over at center on the league's youngest offensive line.”
“QB Greg McElroy was lured from the grasp of Texas Tech to fill a major need.”
“As for the suburbanites who must keep the stands full, the Marylanders must be lured from the Orioles, and the Virginians sweet-talked because they wanted this club as their own.”
“A telephone call lured him to the table and the bomb was detonated.”
“The title alone lured me in, and the fact that I didn't have health insurance at the time made me curious to see how I could...well... do some things myself down there.”
“A desperation call lured Boitano, who had already skated an exhibition that evening.”
“I'm a feed reader-reader and your call lured me over.”
“Elijah's calls lured the popular "Field and Stream" magazine to feature him in their youth online edition.”
“Some work with a grunt call lured the buck to within 20 yards.”
“That job security combined with a small price tag lured him from Pennsylvania to the Black Hills.”
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