The act of seducing; enticement to wrong doing; enticement to fail in some duty.
The offense of inducing a woman to consent to unlawful sexual intercourse, by enticements which overcome her scruples; the wrong or crime of persuading a woman to surrender her chastity.
Any successful enticement to engage in some sexual activity, especially intercourse.
That which seduces, or is adapted to seduce; means of leading astray; as, the seductions of wealth.
Arousing sexual desire, or persuading someone to believe your point of view.
enticing someone astray from right behavior
an act of winning the love or sexual favor of someone
The act of enticing someone into feelings of sexual desire.
In sociology, seduction is the process of deliberately enticing a person into an act. It can be used seriously or jokingly, frequently refers to sexual behavior, and may refer to an act that the other may later regret and/or would normally not want to do. Historically, the most famous seducers of all time are Cleopatra, Giacomo Casanova, and Don Juan.
Seduction is a play by Jack Heifner. It is an all male, gay adaptation of La Ronde (or Reigen) by Arthur Schnitzler.