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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseducerse‧duc‧er /sɪˈdjuːsə $ -ˈduːsər/ noun [countable]  a man who persuades someone to have sex with himseductress
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seducerShe would not even attempt to imagine being the victim of a seducer.Between warring kings, a peacemaker; between adoring spouses, a seducer, or a child.The man was an accomplished seducer, there was no doubt about it.He must make the switch from half-baked seducer to ruthless interrogator as brutally as possible.The stories about her render her variously as victim, betrayer, seducer, and translator.In addition, Feffer was a busy seducer, especially, it seemed, of young wives.Charlie was the cruellest and most lethal type of seducer.Yet this morning I am once more not only an unprincipled seducer, but ... what?
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