They smelled unwashed and exhausted, and so deeply, seductively afraid.
The post was called “The 42 Most seductively Charming Aaron Tveit Moments of All Time.”
The resulting story is seductively cinematic, and should be made into a film itself.
1740, from Latin seduct-, past participle stem of seducere (see seduce) + -ive. Related: Seductively; seductiveness. Middle English had seducious "deceitful, devious" (mid-15c.).