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seducer

A person who seduces.
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With the exception of The Seducer's Diary, the English versions are rigid, awkward, and smack of translationese.
Moralists cautioned that a seducer will say that he dies for her love or that he will die if he does not have her.(23) Where such language appeared most frequently in the love letters of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Spanish men in the New World was in the closings of their letters.
CORNISH theatre company Kneehigh update the traditional story of the amoral serial seducer Don John bringing it into 1970s Britain.
Henriette Bonde-Hansen's Gilda is an utterly convincing portrayal, while Rafael Rojas, as Il Duco, is less the swaggering seducer than the sad victim of his own immoral appetites.
ABI Titmuss has been left heartbroken after being dumped by serial seducer Brendan Cole.
Dean Martin, famous for tracks like Volare and Everybody Loves Somebody, was well-known as a legendary seducer. Dean, aged 17, of Hockley Lane in Eastern Green, Coventry, joked: "Yeah I'd say I was like that.
But Heath Ledger's famed seducer meets his match when her spirited character Francesca proves immune to his charms.
The Scots actress plays sultry Gloria Cleary, who falls for the charms of serial seducer Vince Vaughn in new comedy The Wedding Crashers.
Three scenes from the movie always stick in my mind - the brutal sword charge by the Hussars against unarmed street protesters in Moscow, the shooting of a seducer at a lavish social gathering, and the wonderful evocation of the long and fierce Russian winter turning into a green, sun-kissed spring (one of the loveliest sequences I have ever seen at the cinema).
FANNY Hill and Lady Chatterley apart,few heroines have taken the step from page to stage with quite so much irresistible sexuality as Mrs Robinson -The Graduate's famed seducer --and few will have done it with as much glamour, sensuality and blatant fun as Glynis Barber.
The Eifman style, for want of a better word, is invariably described as "theatrical." In the season's novelty, Don Juan & Moliere, the action alternated between the great playwright (double cast with Igor Markov and Albert Galichanin) and his creation, the great seducer (Alexei Turko, Yuri Ananyan).
A COLLEAGUE has heard that Daniel O'Donnell (country boy, makes Ronan Keating look like Sid Vicious) wants to play James Bond (man of the world, licensed to kill, and seducer of a 1,000 scantily clad women - before breakfast).