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seduce

verb To persuade a person to engage in sexual activity without resorting to physical force or coercion/intimidation.
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Now, 29 years on, director Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Birth) serves up a film about a sexy alien who seduces and then murders men.
It grows, it dwindles, it seduces, it encircles, it juts, it expands, it challenges--all with an astounding momentum.
If, like in ``Tadpole,'' dad's best friend comes over and seduces the 15-year-old daughter, he's a pedophile and it's statutory rape.
The naive Canadian depends on the American not only to help with "the job," but to complete his identify Parks's Taby, with his pouty method acting and cheap James Dean imitation, seduces and screws both Canadians, one litrally and the other figuratively.
This bank manager seduces his customers while at work, and therefore this affair is in the public domain.
She seduces him by sexualized attention and by the sharp eroticism of the prose she gives him to correct, then denounces him, having taped his admission of their encounter.
Jerry's new fling couldn't have come at a more fitting time - she's about to star on stage as Mrs Robinson in The Graduate - a middle-aged woman who seduces a 22-year-old student.
It lacks the "terrible honesty" that would push the reader beyond superficial understanding of the diverse cultural mixings that infused mongrel Manhattan in the '20s with an aura so intense that the spirit of the time still lingers, still moves and stirs the city's soul, still seduces.
Like its namesake, FABLE enchants and seduces with all natural essences.