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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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IMAGINE being able to walk into a bar with the knowledge that you could seduce any woman that you desired.
After the show, the wife of England and Real Madrid soccer star David Beckham was asked to give her recipe for the best outfit to seduce a man.
When I was 20 years old, I was trying to seduce. I tried to be pretty, I tried to nice.
Following Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind in previous years, the Japanese architect Toyo Ito was invited to seduce and surprise unsuspecting park goers.
"The belief in a society in which the remuneration of individuals is made to correspond to something called social justice is a chimera which is threatening to seduce modern democracy to accept a system that would involve a disastrous loss of personal freedom."
Hundreds of tiny, young beetles lump together in the shape of a female bee and then grab rides on the male bees that they seduce, say California researchers.
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.S.
Meanwhile, more updates about former "Friends" star Jennifer Aniston have revealed that in her upcoming sequel of "Horrible Bosses" she will seduce two men and a woman.