seducee

seducee

A person who is seduced.
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si:) C C--the letter C CE cedar, ceanothus, ibices, panacea, circe CEE ceefax, dicees, proceed, seducee CEY ceylonite (a ferruginous variety of spinel from Ceylon) CIE cieling, abcie CY cypres (in Law, means 'as near as practicable') SAO Saorstat eirann (Irish Free State) SEA season, heartsease, Chelsea SEI seiff (old type of eye-wash), casein, disseisee SI sikh, arsine, Farsi SSAE thalassemia, vibrissae SSEE lesseeship, assessee SSI assize (parallel beds of rock agreeing in their organic remains) SY Sylow (P.
Nearly as gut-busting -- but not quite -- is Borachio's execution of said plan, which involves Kennedy playing both the seducer and seducee as well as a suggestively placed rose bush.
To identify reader as seducer and writer as seducee inverts conventional constructions of agency and passivity, production and consumption, femininity and masculinity, and of the sexual experience that is the ubiquitous analogy for all of these and more.
Baudrillard contends that the seducer identifies in the seducee signs of vulnerability and of attraction, then incorporates those signs into her own image and reflects them back to the writer.
An involuntary expression of pleasure, of ecstatic assent, "Oh oui" is mutually recognized by seducer and seducee as the performative sign of orgasm reached.
Alison is a seducee, or, preferably, in Bremond's terms a beneficiary of Nicholas's seduction and a potential victim from her point of view of Absolon's attempted seduction.