- seduction (n.)
- 1520s, from Middle French séduction, from Latin seductionem (nominative seductio), noun of action from past participle stem of seducere (see seduce). Originally with reference to actions or beliefs; sexual sense is from 1769, originally always with women as the objects. Earlier appearance of the word in Middle English with a sense "treason, treachery" probably is a confusion with sedition, which confusion also is found in Old French seducion "treason, betrayal."
- 1. Her methods of seduction are subtle.
- 2. Cleopatra's seduction of Caesar
- 3. This was a case of sly, evil seduction as well as murder.
- 这是一件狡猾 、 恶毒的诱奸案和谋杀案.
- 4. It requires no complicated theories of a preference for authoritarians or personal seduction.
- 5. One about seduction, and falling in love.
- 一个关于诱惑 、 坠入情网的爱情故事.
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