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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseductivese‧duc‧tive /sɪˈdʌktɪv/ adjective  1 SEXYsomeone, especially a woman, who is seductive is sexually attractive She used all of her seductive charm to try and persuade him.2 ATTRACTsomething that is seductive is very interesting or attractive to you, in a way that persuades you to do something you would not usually do the seductive power of advertisingseductively adverb She smiled seductively at him across the table.
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seductiveShe has never looked more luminous, and her screen presence has never been more commanding: a seductive and redemptive intelligence.Sport is but one and, seductive as it may be, it is precarious and, inevitably, short-term.The logic is seductive, but misguided.L.A. is a dangerous yet seductive city.a charming and seductive manThe Lilith-like Herodias and Salome have a certain seductive, manipulative power, but it is negative and destructive.Tobacco is barred from the seductive small screen while spirits are subject to a voluntary telly ban.From across the room, I noticed that Philip was giving me a seductive stare.The view of the city from the Circle Line ferry is seductive, unreal.
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