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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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The desire that seduces us urges and drives us towards this idea.
An army of pick-up artists (or PUAs) have dedicated their lives to learning skills to use on women in a bid to seduce them.
The ideal clothes to seduce a man are simple but sexy: high heels, tight jeans and a tight T-shirt," she said, according to the ANSA news agency.
Their perfumes seduce male bees into trying to mate with flowers.
These same forces of temptation, Obeah, and eroticism which underscore Nipi's attraction to the king orange repeatedly seduce other characters in Part One of Jumping Ship.
Sensuality is pervasive, the desire to seduce and be seduced is irresistible.
In his plot to seduce her, he marries Dolores's mother, whose accidental death then allows Lolita and Humbert to take off on an odyssey across the U.
Seduce is a new insecticidal (cutworm) bait that contains spinosad, and Sluggo is widely known as an effective all-weather snail and slug control product with an exemption from residue tolerances.
The survey from Grime Boss Heavy Duty Hand Wipes, of all things, said electricians came top with housewives attempting to seduce 29% of them.
The item number have John grooving to 'tapori' moves and Sophie trying to seduce him.