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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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If the effect of the invasive image, which is evidently seductive, is missing, then melodies can also seduce.
Let's just say the experience has come in very handy, though, and I can certainly understand why - and how - Mrs Robinson seduces Benjamin.
Humbert is surprised when, contrary to his schemes, Lolita seduces him and again when she leaves him and marries Clare Quilty, whom Humbert is forced to murder.
She seduces willing participant Adam at Andy's house and makes a quick call to Declan asking him to swing by for a heart to heart.
Their planned expose goes awry when Shane reaches for some NutraSweet and seduces Anne by mistake.
His flamenco puro seduces and beckons with flawless musical rhythms.
This story should sound familiar: A hideous, lonely creature who lives in the most Gothic splendor money can buy seduces a young beauty who should end up with someone equally young and comely.
He seduces a young girl, Marina; poisons Peter, a wealthy peasant; and marries Peter's wife, Anisya.
Suddenly flush, Hare (Serkis) hatches a plan to open a funeral parlour while Burke (Pegg) seduces an aspiring actress (Isla Fisher).
The Madstone Trolley Square Theaters on January 16 dropped plans to screen Latter Days, a movie about a gay hunk who seduces a Mormon missionary, because the film did not meet Madstone's level of "artistic quality and integrity.