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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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He added that they called for leaving the army in the province and announced an amnesty for seven days for the seducers of people of the province to surrender to the security forces .
Don Juan; other seducers in Western culture have not fared so well.
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.
The supposed victim may well be into the bedroom several steps ahead of the seducer.
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.
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.
The would-be seducers drown the poor women in a sea of banalities, and the audience erupts in little psychodramas, shouting and assailing each other, saying horrible things.
For Richardson, more man of the Enlightenment than is usually supposed, seducers seek to impose bogus contracts on their victims (Mr B.
In "Initiations," he turns to the inexperienced seducers of Marivaux's The Upstart Peasant and Crebillon fils' The Wayward Head and Heart.
Before the 1970s any attempt to limit the Mann Act was met with public outrage; Congress found it politically impossible to amend or repeal a law that targeted seducers and libertines.
Seducers have usually found they can get their way or manipulate people into doing what they want from when they were children.