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He then, in the words of one of Norman’s lawyers at her trial, “succeeded in accomplishing her seduction.”
I dared not trust myself to the seduction of his manner and voice—he was a past-master in the art of making love.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Margaret, I don't mind being party to a flirtation—but I draw the line at being the victim of a seduction.
He is dazzled by the spectacular glories of the capital, but his native stock of cannyness renders him proof against seduction.
She used all her arts of attraction, of seduction, but he remained obdurate.
In many instances the seduction is effected by other children, and often at a very early age.
Girls and boys are equally exposed to such seduction, and the seducer also may be of either sex.
We have no story of base unmanly seduction, or false and villainous intrigue, against him,—none whatever.
LADY BYRON VINDICATEDHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
I marvel not that in so many legends of witchery and seduction since the Odyssey the θεσπεσίη ἀοίδη has borne its part.
SWORD AND GOWNGEORGE A. LAWRENCE
We should no longer hear that seduction was to be sued as "loss of service:" it would become loss of honor to more than one.

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