Examples of femme fatale in a Sentence
an actress who was often cast as cynical, sexy femmes fatales
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The song follows a simple narrative of Drake, yet again, getting into a qualm with a femme fatale -- a subject MJ definitely knew a thing or two about.
Next up, Lili reacted to a Dark Betty tutorial, in which artist Bronte Jones reimagines her alter-ego's look with the help of color contacts, a black cat-eye, and a glossy, femme fatale red lip.
But perhaps also like a femme fatale, she can be tamed, and then, like a damsel in distress, rescued, thanks to Alex’s resources and his apparently unlimited forgiveness and generosity.
The plot was thwarted by Batman, but the femme fatale may have stolen his heart.
She was often cast as the femme fatale or villain, including the mastermind in 1946's Dressed to Kill, sparring with Sherlock Holmes, played by Basil Rathbone.
Lisa Nicole Carson, Don Cheadle and Jennifer Beals as the mysterious femme fatale, Daphne Monet, co-star.
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.
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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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