What is the opposite of allure?

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Opposite of the quality of being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating
Opposite of the property of being lovely, of attractiveness, beauty, appearing to be lovable
Opposite of denotes a quality of being able to delight and fascinate
“A set of inconsequential random and rare moments of happiness joined together by swathes of mundaneness.”
Opposite of the quality of being desirable
Opposite of a spell or hold
“Another key came in the testimony under immunity of two men who said they were with the suspect the night of the shooting.”
Opposite of the quality that renders something desirable or valuable
“I am more than the things I do, I am the one who thinks about them and who sees their relative unimportance in the scheme of life.”
Opposite of a person or thing that is very attractive or interesting
“A loss will be the nail in the coffin for his professional tennis career.”
Opposite of a mystical term or phrase believed to have magical powers
Opposite of to delight, allure or attract in an almost magical manner
Opposite of to entice, especially by offering something desirable but keeping it out of reach
Opposite of to cause (someone) to have a liking for or interest in something
“Laying on the cologne may actually repel the ladies, rather than attract them.”
Opposite of to convince, or cause to believe, through flattery
“Had Grampion been imperious or improper, her arsenal would have been adequate to repel his advances, but he was simply gentlemanly.”
Opposite of to attract or seduce someone
“She had no interest in Wade and would often reject his advances.”
Opposite of to delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
“The room had become deathly quiet, each crew member standing erectly as not to further displease their captain.”
Opposite of to invite someone somewhere
“We will now disinvite our neighbors over for lunch because they have proven themselves to be real jerks.”
Opposite of to encourage or cause a certain event or outcome
“Alternatively, if you want to prevent negative commentary, you could avoid social media altogether.”
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