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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

4 uses
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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
  • Beyond the windows, the lights of the city glittered seductively, scattered like sequins all over the undulating, dramatic hills.
    p. 256.9
  • Paul's arm was small and the cast grew steadily, white as a bleached shell, as bright and seductive as a sheet of paper.
    p. 154.4
  • Hours slid away; she slept and woke and lost track of time, the road spinning out beneath them forever, a dark ribbon bisected by the steady flashes of white, seductive and mesmerizing.
    p. 242.1
  • Compliments, seductive as flowers, thorny with their opposites: Yes, you may be smart but you sure are ugly; You may look nice but you didn't get a brain.
    p. 263.1

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