siren song

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siren song

n.
An enticing plea or appeal, especially one that is deceptively alluring.
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Noun1.siren song - the enticing appeal of something alluring but potentially dangerous; "he succumbed to the siren call of the wilderness"
appealingness, charm, appeal - attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates; "his smile was part of his appeal to her"
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Inside they will encounter a shipwrecked pirate with a treasure tale to tell and a real live Mermaid with a haunting siren's song and an intriguing secret.
New album Siren's Song goes some way towards addressing that minor flaw but, live, the very best tracks from both of the band's blues rock growers take on a whole new life.
Bible Belt is three from three this season and her trainer Jessica Harrington, who is also represented by Siren's Song, said: "Bible Belt has been very progressive.
Siren's Song brings Classic form to the pounds 150,000 Tattersalls Millions 3-Y-O Cup and she is a challenger for Jessica Harrington.
NEWSBOY'S VERDICT: 1 BLUE BUNTING, 2 WONDER OF WONDERS, 3 SIREN'S SONG BLUE BUNTING looks rock solid at the head of the market to add the Oaks to her 1,000 Guineas triumph.
JIMMY GEORGE can hardly believe he will be returning to Epsom with another Classic contender on Friday as Siren's Song goes for glory in the Investec Oaks.
Jessica Harrington, meanwhile, is looking forward to a tilt at the Oaks with talented filly Siren's Song.
New United Kingdom performer Caitlin Grey begins her first album, Siren's Song, with the sounds of wind and waves, seabirds and pipes, calling the ancient legend to mind and reinforcing it with the clear, sweet beauty of her voice.
It is unnerving to hear Circe tell her host that there is no homecoming for the one who listens to the Siren's song.
For example, the Lotus Eaters analogize the numbing of pain, the Cyclops is the penultimate bully, and the Siren's song represents unhealthy temptations such as drugs, alcohol, and sexual misbehavior.
Also included was the performance of our commissioned composition, Siren's Song, by Bill Pardus, written for soprano, alto and Diano accompaniment There also was a panel discussion regarding what happens at home between lessons.
Despite these problems, solving the mysteries of the Pilgrimage remains a siren's song beckoning to the best Tudor historians.