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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. Yet, some artists have managed to successfully link music, image and seduction.
Shortly after arriving on the scene, Toby begins to seduce Ellie with his ersatz entertainment--imitating a "Brazilan mugwump"--while Chino is marginalized and feminized, a short-order cook with an apron flipping burgers.
She seduces him by sexualized attention and by the sharp eroticism of the prose she gives him to correct, then denounces him, having taped his admission of their encounter.
Jerry's new fling couldn't have come at a more fitting time - she's about to star on stage as Mrs Robinson in The Graduate - a middle-aged woman who seduces a 22-year-old student.
The statue comes to life when Don Juan seduces his widow.
A modern Tamar living on the Monterey coast seduces her brother, a neighbor, and her father.
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.