seductress

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noun se·duc·tress \-ˈdək-trəs\

Examples of seductress in a Sentence

  1. in the movie she played Cleopatra, one of history's most famous seductresses

Origin and Etymology of seductress

obsolete seductor male seducer, from Late Latin, from seducere to seduce


First Known Use: 1802


SEDUCTRESS Defined for English Language Learners

seductress

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noun se·duc·tress \-ˈdək-trəs\

Definition of seductress for English Language Learners

  • : an attractive woman who seduces someone



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