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to beguile or draw into a wrong or foolish course of action

to lure or persuade into a sexual relationship or a sexual act

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induce to have sex

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lure or entice away from duty, principles, or proper conduct

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Instead a truly creative and successful seducer understands how to make a genuine connection to others and how to develop a sense of intimacy quickly.
The seducer is someone who for his own purposes undermines the integrity of another by encouraging the betrayal of a basic commitment.
Mitchell drew on an "unwritten law" of some male dominated societies that a man was justified in killing the seducer of his wife or female family members.
The figures of the coquette and the seducer take on mythological dimensions in his view: the coquette is the eighteenth-century construction of the sorceress and the libertine is the devil in modern garb.
This change from picturing women as threatened innocents to threatening seducers is typical of the broader early twentieth-century shift, analyzed by Joanne Meyerowitz and other historians, from viewing women as passionless victims to victimizers or "gold diggers.
The stories are mostly about women who are mistreated by husbands or seducers.
The patterns are triadic: structurally, we are looking for a discourse of promise from the side of the seducer or seducers, of whom the father - or, in one case, Christ - may be one; an element of rupture from the family or social environment resulting ironically from the promised seductive union; and the ensuing scandal which makes death the only means of reconciliation within the codes of a Christian patriarchy.
However, the political seducers must once change their tactics.
These males are seduced rather than seducers, ball catchers instead of pitchers.
As part of the Britney World Tour, Spears clings to a rotating wheel as the target of a knife thrower, crosses paths with a gang of ominous seducers and challenges a mirror-image of herself in a dance to the finish.
Fiona Campbell and Caroline Childe as the sisters, Darren Abrahams and Howard Quilla Croft as the seducers, Simon Wilding as the cynical friend and Lisa Tyrrell as a comic servant were splendidly on song.
This painting evidently stands somewhat apart in terms of iconography, but not fundamentally; all of these groups, all of these protesters, seducers, prisoners, and fugitives are caught in the deterritorialized streams of contemporary capitalism.
The show aims to test a couple's commitment and Damien gave into temptation when he met the 13 sex-mad seducers on the Caribbean island of Roatan.