- n enticing someone astray from right behavior
- n an act of winning the love or sexual favor of someone
- An attempted seduction and an accomplished seduction.
- In the days of luxury-loving Marie Antoinette, seduction revolved around seriously sexy decorative objects and accessories like daybeds, tea services and fans.
- With his two essential collaborators, cinematographer Christopher Doyle and designer William Chang, Wong weaves a tapestry of longing and seduction that puts both the characters .
- Robert Bork in New York Post
After his rejection by the Senate, Bork wrote a masterful book, "The Tempting of America: The Political Seduction of the Law."
- Pope Benedict XVI in Telegraph.co.uk
But two years before he was elected Pope, Cardinal Ratzinger wrote a letter to a supporter calling the Potter story "a subtle seduction, which has deeply unnoticed and direct effects in undermining the soul of Christianity before it can really grow...
- Snoop Dogg in Earthtimes
Snoop says, "Sensual Seduction is like a throwback feel-good song. I wanted to have fun with this one ...... and the video is crazy!"