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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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And the female reader was characterized as vague and dreamy, unruddered, literal-minded, easily influenced, seducible into strong emotions and unenlightened thoughts by intense representations of unusual, extreme, sometimes supernatural events.
But the therapist's relative anonymity is there to safeguard the therapist from getting into ethical trouble and to safeguard the patient from a seducible therapist.
Brainwashed by religious and patriarchal orders, Emilia Galotti voluntarily identifies with her father's grim prophecies regarding her life in court society when she blames herself for being seducible ("Seduction is the only real might"), for having "blood as youthful and warm as anyone's" (V.vii), (9) and she begs him to save her from the sexual corruption of this precious body when she pleads: "Give it to me, father, give me this dagger!" (V.vii).