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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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See, women's magazines and all the advice out there points women in the completely wrong direction when it comes to seducing a man.
HITCHHIKING ghosts could be seducing travellers on a busy road near Swansea, a paranormal investigator has claimed.
Sydney Leathers in "10 Secrets for Seducing a Politician" wrote 'Why does having a sexting affair with a married man or even doing porn make someone a 'bad person'?
Notching up the heat-o-metre, "Aala Re Aala' stars the glamorous Sophie Choudry, dancing to seducing moves with John Abraham.
Founded in 1978, Gemini Publishing Company is a leading marketer of products on meeting, attracting, and seducing women and has the largest selection of these types of products in the United States.
But appeals court acquits him of seducing women on the phone
A SOCIAL work boss who quit in disgrace after seducing a vulnerable woman has been allowed to keep his new job as a housing officer.
The story of how down-on-his-luck Sir John Falstaff plans to restore his fortunes by seducing the wife of one of Windsor's wealthy citizens is the ideal vehicle for this trip.
I will welcome him very much but will not be seducing him.
A MOTHER-of-two who walked free after seducing her best friend's 14-year-old son may yet face jail.
Seducing the Rabbi is anathema to the traditional romance novel.
What's more, The History Boys is one of a handful of indie films out now and in the coming months involving students seducing their teachers.