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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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You do not send your 15-year-old son to school for him to be seduced by his dancing teacher.
Auchinloss - rebutting a defence motion to have the case dropped at court in Santa Maria, California - said Jackson forced the boy he seduced to make a video clearing him of molestation claims after taking his family hostage.
But he seduced her on his house calls and began a two-year affair.
He stars as Carl, a teenage American in 1960s Paris who is seduced by his teacher in her flat, played by the smouldering French actress Irene Jacob.
She's not the kind of woman who can easily be seduced, but if the chemistry is there she'll go with the flow.
Dubai -- A 23-year-old Indian housewife, who allegedly seduced a wealthy manager into having sex with her and later extorted him of large amounts of money by blackmailing him, stood trial in the Dubai Court of First Instance on Sunday.
Gavin Davies, the author of Ghost Sex, says he is investigating a spate of incidents where unsuspecting drivers are seduced by hitchhiking ghouls.
Critique: Part travelogue, part memoir, and part history of a cultivated crop that had its origins in the very dawn of the discovery of agriculture thousands of years ago, "Olive Odyssey: Searching for the Secrets of the Fruit That Seduced the World" is a fascination read from beginning to end.
The author told The Sun that that Minogue seduced Marcolin when he was 18 and had sex with him on a cold garage floor.
SEDUCED AND ABANDONED (15) FILM financing is a curious, mostly unseen business that's often of little concern to cinema-goers.
DURING her teenage years, Croydon-born comedian Lucy Porter was seduced by the music of Morrissey, the art of David Hockney and the politics of Dennis Skinner.