[ US /səˈdəktɪvɫi/ ]
[ UK /sɪdˈʌktɪvli/ ]
  1. in a tempting seductive manner
    she smiled at him seductively
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How To Use seductively In A Sentence

  • She had a seductively energetic and infectious enthusiasm for teaching, and an incomparable fecundity of research ideas.
  • Her long, black hair was layered and strewn seductively over her shoulders and back.
  • I can gaze seductively into a camera lens and give you that look of pure lust and desire.
  • But it was Paul Weller's seductively hooky tune that propelled the record to the summit, and it was only when you listened carefully to the lyrics that you realised this was in fact a supremely angry protest song.
  • Boty's seductively subversive multimedia poet, risqué dancer, radio show host, actress expression exuded the spirit of the androgynous Aquarian archetype that continues to infiltrate the collective consciousness via the antics of tabloid celebrities, even as the authentic rebellion driving this zeitgeist has been institutionally repressed by the art world system. Lisa Paul Streitfeld: Feminist (R)evolution in Brooklyn: Reclaiming Women for Pop
  • The female voice purred seductively in his ear.
  • You know the word suavity exists, and you plan to use it in every sentence you speak for the rest of your life - even if it's just whispering it seductively at the end of them like Cracked: All Posts
  • ‘My God, Marlon,’ purrs Sadie King as she slides her hand seductively along the vicar's leg while reaching for her pint of mild.
  • She draped the white fur coat seductively around her shoulders and sashayed into the sitting room.
  • Victoria smiled seductively at him and bit her bottom lip coyly.
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