seductive

[si-duhk-tiv]
adjective
tending to seduce; enticing; beguiling; captivating: a seductive smile.

Origin:
1755–65; seduct(ion) + -ive

seductively, adverb
seductiveness, noun
unseductive, adjective
unseductively, adverb
unseductiveness, noun


tempting, alluring.


repellent.
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seductive (sɪˈdʌktɪv)
 
adj
tending to seduce or capable of seducing; enticing; alluring
 
se'ductively
 
adv
 
se'ductiveness
 
n

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Example sentences
Film is a seductive medium, however, and several smart friends have been taken
  in.
It is a seductive vision and one that promises to benefit plenty of people.
The doubt on which opponents of reform play is simple and seductive.
There is nothing more seductive than the taste and texture of ripe figs.
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