1) to draw out
2) metaphorically lure forth: in hunting and fishing as game is lured from its hiding place, so man by lure is allured from the safety of self-restraint to sin. In Jam 1:14, the language of the hunting is transferred to the seduction of a harlot.
Part of Speech: verb
From G1537 and G1670; to drag forth, that is, (figuratively) to entice (to sin): - draw away.
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Perseus Digital Library
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