sirenic or si·ren·i·cal [sahy-ren-ik or sahy-ren-i-kuh l]
1. of or characteristic of a siren; melodious, tempting, or alluring.
si·ren·i·cal·ly , adverb
Related Words for sirenic
alluring, intriguing, charming, pleasant, ravishing, lovely, winsome, endearing, beguiling, captivating, exciting, bewitching, appealing, entrancing, enthralling, pleasing, attractive, delectable, glamorous, seductive
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Origin: First recorded in 1695–1705; siren + -ic
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