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1. He's trying to seduce his secretary.
2. She has set out to seduce Stephen.
3. Clever advertising would seduce more people into smoking.
4. Are you trying to seduce me?
5. I've tried every trick in the book to seduce him and still no luck!
6. Leaders are people who can seduce other people into sharing their dream.
7. He accused Paul of trying to seduce his daughter.
8. Its vulgar images seduce many people.
9. She had tried to seduce even Gareth.
10. Lydia and Wickham: Wickham tried to seduce Miss.
11. You tried to seduce me, but it didn't work.
12. TV advertisements seduce people into buying a particular kind of chocolate bar, washing powder or car.
13. He wondered if she would indeed try to seduce him.
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14. Two years later Herr K. again tried to seduce her as they took a stroll around a lake.
15. Youth is not the age to seduce, it's the age to be seduced. Colette
16. Why did you, a fifty-six-year-old professor, seduce a student barely past the age of consent?
17. In Greek mythology, the god Zeus took the form of a swan to seduce Leda.
18. Thus she thinks that there is a close correlation between the men she can seduce and the men she might marry.
19. According to them, a nightingale does not sing to inform potential mates about himself; he sings to seduce them.
20. He even intimated that they had tried to corrupt him by sending female temptresses to seduce him in his Cambridge rooms.
21. As in other bowerbirds, the male builds an elaborate bower of twigs and ferns and therein tries to seduce females.
22. After all he was doing for her, she had virtually accused him of trying to seduce her.
23. I knew perfectly well when I allowed Karen Parsons to seduce me that I was not acting rightly.
24. The other becomes a witch, an evil enchantress, with amazing powers to seduce the innocent.
25. I went to open the window as though to hope some breeze might seduce her forth, and dropped my hand.
26. Though the dissolve has become part of film punctuation it can still shock or seduce the viewer.
27. How did a woman cope with a married managing director who tried to seduce her whenever he found her alone?
28. Wilson makes a memorable cameo appearance showing some serious cleavage as a cocktail waitress who attempts to seduce Guy.
29. Her prose has always relied on a certain musicality and lyricism to seduce and keep us spellbound.
30. You ask me to marry you, perhaps first to seduce you.
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