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seductress

noun se·duc·tress \-ˈdək-trəs\

: an attractive woman who seduces someone

Full Definition of SEDUCTRESS

:  a woman who seduces

Examples of SEDUCTRESS

  1. <in the movie she played Cleopatra, one of history's most famous seductresses>

Origin of SEDUCTRESS

obsolete seductor male seducer, from Late Latin, from seducere to seduce
First Known Use: 1802

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