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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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The most effective daisy seducers grow a dark, somewhat fly-shaped bump on some of their otherwise yellow-to-orange petals.
an amnesty for seven days for the seducers of the people of the province to surrender to the security forces.
The tongue-in-cheek television, print and digital campaign plays out the epic exploits of super seducers as they take control of the night.
One of the excerpts from the book read that all the greatest seducers in history could not keep their hands off of women.
The political seducers flirt skillfully with the category of people who get burned under the sun during the summer only to produce food and who protest during the autumn and winter.
Can we also ban the cutting and plucking of eyebrows, the straightening of hair, and the amount of time these imposers, seducers and betrayers into marriage spend talking on their mobile phones?
The normal run of seducers get women into bed by making them laugh - but old Sven, with his non-existent chin, tombstone teeth, granny glasses and ebbing candy-floss hair, doesn't strike me as humorous.
The sweeping events of history are seen through the eyes of descendants of Rome's first families, the Potitius and Pinarius clans--sometimes seducers, sometimes heirs, sometimes killers, sometimes confidantes, alternately either witnessing history or taking part of it.
It would be surprising if seducers were entirely lacking in plausible arguments to support their persuasiveness.
Echoes of ``Psycho'' and ``Strangers on a Train'' ring through ``The Bridesmaid,'' and while I and many others have long considered Chabrol the French Hitchcock, bloodthirsty seducers aren't exactly the stuff of original filmmaking anymore.
Now the university researchers say this could explain the behaviour of some of the world's most notorious seducers.
The Egyptians used honey as a cure for impotence and medieval seducers plied their partners with mead.