Examples of seductress in a Sentence
in the movie she played Cleopatra, one of history's most famous seductresses
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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.
Nostalgia, a powerful seductress in pro sports, will attract an audience.
And now, a year and a half after its original occurrence, the spill appears in director Jonathan Glazer’s ethereal alien seductress film Under the Skin, out Friday.
Arianda must switch back and forth from playing a bawdy, swearing wannabe actress to a 19th-century seductress, pull off a British accent and hold her own against Broadway charmer Hugh Dancy.
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Origin and Etymology of seductress
First Known Use: 1802See Words from the same year
SEDUCTRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seductress for English Language Learners
: an attractive woman who seduces someone
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