01. She [seduced] her neighbor to get him to murder her husband for her.
02. Cigarette ads are designed to [seduce] young people into smoking.
03. The Saturday night special at the restaurant is designed to [seduce] people into visiting the restaurant for the first time.
04. He used all the traditional methods of [seduction]; soft music, dimmed lights, and a bottle of fine red wine.
05. The teacher was charged by police after [seducing] one of his teenage students.
06. Your sister certainly has a very [seductive] sounding voice.
07. She looks very [seductive] in her black dress.
08. The woman looked [seductively] over her shoulder as he came into the room.
09. Poet William Cowper once wrote, "O, popular applause! What heart of man is proof against thy sweet, [seducing] charms?"
10. There is a French proverb which observes that example is the greatest of all [seducers].
11. He was trying to [seduce] her with soft music and white wine.
12. Visitors to the island are soon [seduced] by the laid-back lifestyle, and the beautiful scenery.
13. The teacher was fired after trying to [seduce] a number of his young students.
14. She has beautiful, full lips, and mysteriously [seductive] eyes.
15. The argument that cutting taxes stimulates the economy is very [seductive] to taxpayers, but there is no evidence to show that this is actually true.
16. She was dressed [seductively] in a long, red, tight-fitting dress.
17. Voltaire observed that it is not enough to conquer; one must learn to [seduce].
18. Buying a car is a very [seductive] temptation because of its speed and convenience in getting around, but it is certainly not very good for the environment.
19. Mara sent his daughters to [seduce] Siddhartha, but he was unmoved by desire.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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