seducer


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a man who seduces women

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a bad person who entices others into error or wrongdoing

a man who takes advantage of women

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Earlier incarnations of Juan, which had the seducer rejecting the reigning moral framework for one of his own devising, demonstrated "the godlike power of the soul?
the heartless seducers, but on the complex psychology of the
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.
Should it indeed be seduction, the relationship established between the seducer and the seduced is intriguing and enigmatic, although in this case, both of them are linked to sustaining seduction; whoever attains it is an exquisitely rare conjurer with a myriad of facets that make him or her highly attractive.
The seducer is someone who for his own purposes undermines the integrity of another by encouraging the betrayal of a basic commitment.
Going beyond facile assessment of Rosas as a tyrannical seducer and manipulator of the masses, Salvatore analyzes the complex ways in which the Rosas state and the subaltern engaged each other.
Sienna, 23, spoke of her hunt for a skilled seducer just weeks after dumping love-rat Law.
It looks at the failing marriage of serial seducer Ted Cole (Jeff Bridges) and Marion (Kim Basinger), who is coming to terms with the death of their teenage sons.
As well as playing the part of the infamous seducer Casanova, Tennent recently appeared in BBC1's Blackpool and He Knew He was Right and is set to appear in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
This rhetoric portrays the slave trade as a noxious combination of "ignorance and barbarity" that figures the African as innocent commodity and the Anglo-American as barbarous commercial gambler and seducer.
Where sex and seduction are invoked as analogies for the writer-text-reader relationship, especially within metafiction, the writer is often constructed as a seducer who exercises her skills and wiles to bring her target, the reader, to the point of willing surrender.
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.
That which moonlights as sweet and tart; a silent seducer inviting us to linger if only a moment longer.
Second, pick up on the important insight offered by the sadly disgraced serial molester Father Paul Shanley that in most cases of so-called pederasty it is the child who plays the role of the seducer.
Finally, despite his sensitivity to Machiavelli's language, Viroli is sometimes remarkably tone-deaf, as when he presents Machiavelli's letters about his trip to Carpi, a politically unimportant, and hence degrading, mission to find a preacher for the Medici, simply as evidence of his patriotism, ignoring the anger, frustration, and malice in his saying he will find them a preacher, but one to suit h is own tastes, one like Frate Alberto, the rascally trickster and seducer in Boccaccio's Decameron.