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used in Running in the Family

3 uses
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to entice someone into having sex


to lure or entice someone to do something — especially something they would normally consider wrong
  • Here the gramophone accompanied a seduction or an arousal, it spoke of meadows and "little Spanish towns" or "a small hotel," a "blue room."
    p. 52.4
  • The island seduced all of Europe.
    p. 64.2
  • On the ballroom floor she stood out in her animal or shell fish beauty but claws and caterpillar bulges tended to deflect suitors from thoughts of seduction.
    p. 118.8

There are no more uses of "seduce" in Running in the Family.

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