Lure us away - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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lure (someone or something) away
To attract or entice someone or something away (from someone, something, or some action). He thought he could lure my girlfriend away by showing up in his expensive car and flashing his money around. The promise of a big salary isn't going to lure me away from a job I love. The company has been trying to lure away investors from its rival.
lure someone or something away (from someone or something)
to entice or draw someone away from someone or something. Do you think we could lure her away from her present employment? They were not able to lure away many of the employees of the other companies.
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These ads send strong signals about brands, and yet they respect our privacy, don't plant tracking beacons on us, and don't lure us away
from what we're doing.
"None of them attempted to lure us away
from the other.
And that is the key to lure us away
from our love of the car and its convenience.
"There isn't another piece of software that's been able to lure us away
from 3ds max, or has presented us with a toolset we can't get within 3ds max software.
Now, after a decade of falling sales and profits, bosses have hit on the revolutionary idea of keeping shelves well-stocked to lure us away
from their rivals.
Angels from Andromeda tried to lure us away
from our task.