But Bravo is not entirely immune to the seduction of beautiful women or the pleasures of risk taking.
There were two modes of being with him, I think it was seduction on the one hand and bewilderment on the other.
In 1954, Dr. Fredric Wertham made the same claim in his controversial book, seduction of the Innocent.
1520s, from Middle French séduction, from Latin seductionem (nominative seductio), noun of action from past participle stem of seducere (see seduce). Originally with reference to actions or beliefs; sexual sense is from 1769, originally always with women as the objects. Earlier appearance of the word in Middle English with a sense "treason, treachery" probably is a confusion with sedition, which confusion also is found in Old French seducion "treason, betrayal."