adjective se·duc·i·ble \-səbəl\
variants: less commonly



Definition of seducible

  1. :  capable of being seduced

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Origin and Etymology of seducible

seducible from Late Latin seducibilis, from seducere to seduce (from Latin, to lead aside, lead away) + Latin -ibilis -ible; seduceable from seduce + -able

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