[ UK /sɪdˈʌktɹəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman who seduces
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How To Use seductress In A Sentence

  • Even with all her superstar diva qualities, she's too lightweight, too soft to portray a scheming seductress.
  • Few males can resist a self-confident seductress.
  • His female seductress represents femininity as a threat to the coherence of the all-male society of military officers.
  • He paints a woman as the seductress and temptress.
  • She put them in before fixing her hair in what she called seductress style, using a curling iron to create soft twists that framed her face. Body Wave
  • Pfeiffer, 50, plays a "seductress" and has multiple love ... Adele Stan: Michelle Pfeiffer Dazzles in Cherie
  • He paints a woman as the seductress and temptress.
  • A sloe-eyed seductress of uncertain age, flies in monthly to brave the sub-zero frigidity of Edmonton in the off-festival season.
  • Brown and George Raft, canoodled with screen seductress Mae West, chitchatted on the wireless with Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd, earned round-the-clock security protection after a feared kidnapping attempt, shook off a blow to the skull that sent him to a hospital, hectored opposing pitchers, mugged before dozens of cameras, and woofed into every notebook and microphone thrust in his direction, was the stuff of legend. Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert
  • They invite the gravel-voiced stranger to rendezvous with the imaginary seductress in the hotel room beside them, which happens to be occupied by an abrasive businessman.
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