Examples of seductress in a Sentence
in the movie she played Cleopatra, one of history's most famous seductresses
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Despite a lack of evidence, authorities turned the suspected scheming seductress into the perfect scapegoat for their country’s wartime defeats and condemned her to death by firing squad.
The beauty invoked by the title is a mysterious seductress who passes through West Berlin and Paris around the time that Communism is falling in Eastern Europe.
In Red Sparrow, Jennifer Lawrence plays a former ballerina who becomes a seductress spy for the Russian security service.
So were the beautiful Polish women, seductresses who, in these stories, almost invariably led naïve German men to racial self-degradation and doom.
Cleopatra, a powerful seductress, was considered a tricky foreigner in Mark Antony's Rome.
Just after the Solar Eclipse, the Sun enters the woodsy witchery of Virgo, the cosmos’ original self-seductress.
They’ve been eroticized by Botticelli and vilified by Dickens and Shakespeare since long before Jean Harlow played a home-wrecking seductress in the 1932 film Red Headed Woman.
Jamie Lee Curtis stars as a seductress who teams up with a group of robbers to steal a bunch of diamonds.
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Origin and Etymology of seductress
First Known Use: 1802See Words from the same year
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