Definition of seductive
: tending to seduce : having alluring or tempting qualities a seductive, sometimes disingenuous man — Thatcher Freund a seductive aroma
Examples of seductive in a Sentence
the seductive power of advertising
people always remarked on the cult leader's seductive personality
Recent Examples of seductive from the Web
A sequence late in the film, set in a French hotel room near the front, is both understated and authentically seductive.
His seductive prose twists and turns, deftly matching hallucinatory content with form.
At Hershey, where the seductive odor of chocolate permeates the air, 188 people slept on cots set up in a covered ice rink.
Soulful, wildly seductive, often outrageous, definitely original, and by all accounts intense, La Lupe was an icon of the legendary New York City Latin scene of the '60s and '70s.
The novel makes too much use of shopworn archetypes—a seductive housekeeper, a self-sacrificing prostitute—but Altan deftly pushes the tropes of detective fiction into existentialist territory.
Pretty, willful and precociously seductive in her teens, Winger cherished an ambition to become a Hollywood star.
Along with Richard Barnes� seductive photos of the grande dames of Las Vegas and a Space Station habitation module, the show highlights the hotel�s role as a test bed for design and technology.
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Definition of seductive for English Language Learners
: sexually attractive
: making someone do or want something : very attractive
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