seducer


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seducer

A person who seduces.
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Writing during the Renaissance, when morality plays prevailed, Molina wanted the great seducer to stand as "a cautionary example of the vicious and debased state to which unrestrained appetite reduces a soul," Hart writes.
play-acting, where women occupy both the role of the seducer and the
An anonymous donor has purchased the original memoirs of Giacomo Casanova, a notorious Venetian 18th century seducer, on behalf of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France (BNF).
a good seducer knows that only by arranging the right setting and being in the right frame of mind can the seduction take place without stalemating into a cold awkward and unnerving situation" he writes.
Every human being is granted the pleasure of being seduced or spontaneously becoming a seducer just like that, because of the effects of an outbreak that lies in wait, concealed, ready to explode.
It turns out his half-sister is working for a terrorist whom she fell for years ago in Australia, that his seducer is the son of a sadistic army general, and that, at his sister's direction, he has smuggled in documents that would be embarrassing to the Soviet government.
Gisli Orn Gardarsson plays the souless seducer who preys on any woman who comes his way while Mike Shepherd tags alongside as his shady partner-in-crime Nobby.
Pals predicted She's The One as American Ayda tamed the serial seducer superstar.
Mariusz Kwiecien made an arrestingly predatory seducer.
The supposed victim may well be into the bedroom several steps ahead of the seducer.
Cincinnati-born Barney was more than just a legendary seducer with an insatiable appetite for sex with beautiful women.
Oozing magnetic sexual attraction and dressed in black leather trousers and jacket, Adam Cooper convincingly portrays the seducer Vicomte de Valmont in the latest version of Choderlos de Laclos' novel, Les Liaisons Dangereuses.