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seduce
used in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers)

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to persuade someone to do something by tempting them with something pleasurable or desired — often to make them want to have sex
  • And he drew near to him, and addressed him with words of shame: "Thou evil Paris, fairest of face, thou that lustest for women, thou seducer, where, prithee, are Deiphobos, and the strong prince Helenos, and Adamas son of Asios, and Asios son of Hyrtakos, and where is Othryoneus?
    Book 13 (92% in)

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