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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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Reveals the link between seduction and the importance of gender roles.
Hence, the name of the show is Manganiyar Seduction.
31 Days: A Memoir of Seduction is a true story of real-life passion, although some names have been changed.
Brendan's latest release is the whimsical comedy The Grand Seduction in which he plays the mayor of a Newfoundland town who connives to keep Tyler Kitsch's young doctor from leaving in a bid to save the community from financial ruin.
He regarded the correspondence of young men with young women a serious seduction and great danger which should be avoided.
com)-- Due to repeated requests, the new erotic parody and thriller, "Secrets & Seduction,” is now available in soft cover.
At talks, Magid occasionally lets slip her interest in a largely forgotten gem of Jean Baudrillard's, Seduction (1979), a theoretical tract she has productively repurposed as a playbook.
The Premier, Lara Giddings, today launched the Seafood Seduction marine tour, a new gourmet eco-tourism experience created by Tasmanian tourism industry identity Rob Pennicott.
Arden Leigh has created seduction techniques which she guarantees will help all women, no matter how they look, to land their dream man.
TV writer MARION MCMULLENFINDS out about seduction, shopping and the Sopranos AMERICAN TV hit The Sopranos is Warwickshire writer Andrew Davies' favourite show and he says there are parallels in his new television blockbuster Mr Selfridge.
The Keralite, who has vast experience directing Shakespearean theatre, is bringing The Manganiyar Seduction to Oman for the first time this Thursday and Friday.
Concrete evidence lead to a warrant and the ensuing arrest of Crafton for child seduction, a D felony, the report said.