Examples of femme fatale in a Sentence
an actress who was often cast as cynical, sexy femmes fatales
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As the star studded Cannes Film Festival builds to a triumphant crescendo this weekend, It-girls and actresses are raising the stakes on their big night beauty signatures—from navy smoky eyes to femme fatale inspired dye jobs.
Seyfried’s mysterious hacker bears all the hallmark tropes of a femme fatale.
Red Sparrow’s Dominika (Jennifer Lawrence) is defined solely by her femme fatale–ness.
The smash hit, off the 1989 album, includes a video of Swift seeking revenge after a fellow femme fatale betrays her by pushing her out a window.
As the two women become increasingly obsessed with each other, Villanelle reverses the style of a typical femme fatale, wearing everyday basics on her missions while saving the chicest items in her wardrobe for her days off.
The subject of Janet Fitch’s 1999 novel White Oleander is a femme fatale who kills her cheating lover with the venomous flower of the book’s title, and leaves her daughter abandoned to a string of foster homes.
Villanelle is a practical, physical assassin, never resorting to the classic tropes of a femme fatale who uses seduction as a weapon.
There’s a sultry femme fatale, leading our protagonist into moral dissolution.
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FEMME FATALE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of femme fatale for English Language Learners
: a very attractive woman who causes trouble or unhappiness for the men who become involved with her
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