- tending to seduce; enticing; beguiling; captivating: a seductive smile.
Origin of seductive
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Examples from the Web for seductive
Asteroids is such a seductive escape that some men feel guilty about giving in to it.‘Asteroids’ & The Dawn of the Gamer Age
November 29, 2014
Who knew explaining how to change a tire and back out of a ditch could be so seductive?The Golden West Up for Grabs: ‘Painted Horses’ Is the Next Great Western Novel
November 28, 2014
For the film to work, it needs to be seductive and entertaining as hell.
Read a cautionary tale about the seductive and dangerous power of a charlatan sociopath, featuring goats and the American Dream.
“Ben, who was as cunning and seductive as Diane, really wooed Diane,” says an insider.Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: 'I Wonder Who She Blew This Time'
August 27, 2014
But then--How seductive a subject is eighteenth-century Bath!De Libris: Prose and Verse
He yielded not; adamantine to the seductive lure, he picked up his heels and ran.
"You must be a howl," commented the captain, making for the seductive locker.
The seductive game of poker is one that I do not understand.In a Steamer Chair and Other Stories
Gervaise didn't understand this because she no longer found Lantier seductive.L'Assommoir
- tending to seduce or capable of seducing; enticing; alluring
Word Origin and History for seductive
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