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seducer

A person who seduces.
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The seducer characteristically pretends love, but his real purpose is power or lust or some other self-interested passion.
Baudrillard contends that the seducer identifies in the seducee signs of vulnerability and of attraction, then incorporates those signs into her own image and reflects them back to the writer.
In giving jury instructions, the judge had rejected a defense request for instructions about the "unwritten law" permitting the murder of seducers, but did instruct on the insanity defense.
Dreams of the Abandoned Seducer is a wonderfully fast-paced exploration of societies which have an exaggerated emphasis on the economies of beauty and seduction.
In "The Crucible," however, the devil is not cast as either a seducer or archfiend, but as something more frightening -- a child's lie run amok.
Paul Lumsden has the perfect deep voice and menacing look for the role of the satanic seducer Van Horne, while Dawn Welch, Jo McAllister and Ruth Harvey are simply stunning as his victims Alexandra Spofford, Jane Smart and Sukie Rougemont.
His memorable turn as the head-case and seducer created an instant screen legend.
She appears as legendary lover and seducer Casanova next week in Coventry.
Named after the 18th century seducer, the 104-room Casanova will tempt Barcelona-bound visitors with a limited-time introductory rate of $190 USD per night.
But the former blonde washed serial seducer Brendan, 30, out of her new brunette hair as she raced out of the sea at Dubai.
ABI Titmuss has been left heartbroken after being dumped by serial seducer Brendan Cole.
Nearly as gut-busting -- but not quite -- is Borachio's execution of said plan, which involves Kennedy playing both the seducer and seducee as well as a suggestively placed rose bush.