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used in The Tipping Point

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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
  • What I felt with Gau was that I was being seduced, not in the sexual sense, of course, but in a global way, that our conversation was being conducted on his terms, not mine.
    Chapter 2 (91% in)
  • The test is a self-administered survey, with thirteen questions relating to things like whether you can keep still when you hear good dance music, how loud your laugh is, whether you touch friends when you talk to them, how good you are at sending seductive glances, whether you like to be the center of attention.
    Chapter 2 (95% in)
  • "For Bernie," she writes, "there seems to be something seductive about the setting.
    Chapter 4 (43% in)

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