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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seduce.

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Examples

  • The sorceress of the title seduces men, including the crusader Rinaldo, but the story is essentially about a powerful woman who chooses revenge over love.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Even though many of the women he 'seduces' are bound for hell in the first place, the lavishness and violence with which he punishes them sexually may have come across as a bit disturbing from a male author.

    Hotter Than Hell

  • OpEdNews - Quicklink: Jon Stewart 'seduces' Condi Rice 'for the good of our nation'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Jon Stewart 'seduces' Condi Rice 'for the good of our nation'

  • Jon Stewart 'seduces' Condi Rice 'for the good of our nation'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Jon Stewart 'seduces' Condi Rice 'for the good of our nation'

  • It's an appeal to the viewer's altruism and 'seduces' you into finding out why she needs help.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The TV show Emotional Atyachaar may have been running promos of an episode where actress Neetu Chandra 'seduces' a BPO employee, but speaking to HT City, Chandra says there was "no physical intimacy" between her and that guy.

    Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'

  • "seduces" Conner while she's in law school finishing it, I believe - so she's in her ~mid 20s

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  • Red-Headed Woman, starring Jean Harlow, generated enormous publicity, much of it attacks by moral reformers, because it depicted a working-class woman who seduces her wealthy, seemingly happily married boss.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • Although Lily seduces the audience by presenting herself as a sexually liberated being, she is far from a healthy one.

    Tiffany Tsai: Seduce Me: Female Bodies in Black Swan

  • Everyone believes firmly in the illusion of the authenticity of their own desires, but a skilled novelist implacably exposes the tricks of desire—a web of lies, dissimulations, feints, and maneuvers of their characters—and seduces readers who then fall into narratives with the external and internal objects of their desire.

    First Love & Other Obsessions

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