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  1. seduct

    Seduct, as a verb, is a term used to describe the act of enticing or tempting someone, often with the intention of seducing them sexually or persuading them to act in a desired way. It generally involves using charm, attractiveness, or alluring messages to captivate and manipulate someone into taking a particular course of action or developing romantic or sexual feelings.

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  1. seduct

    Seduct has in hold 3 intact, informal meanings, giving short-wording for all 3: Seductivity, which is a word meaning: seduction-filled. Seduction, meaning in this case: lurefully-foolish or charmingly-fine. Finally, curtain calling the last: Seductive, meaning: enticing, tempting and attractive. As with all words, they’re used in a past, present, future tense. Here’s some helpful examples: “The party was sooo seduct! You should have been there.”(pluperfect-tense) , “The people at the party were so seductable.” -> side-note: seductable means: able to seduct. Seducted: a past-participle or past-progressive: “The cake’s frosting seducted me.” , “I keep getting seducted by cake!” , this term is now covered, onto the last informed, listed term: Seducting, which can be used as a past-tense or present, here’s 2 given-examples: “How fun it was in the arcade, absolutely seducting!” , “Recall 2020? It was definitely unseducting!” Seducting: An in-action or past definition of Seduct. ————- Congratulations on learning a new word!

    Examples are within the definition.

    Etymology: Origins from 3 words, which are labeled in the top description.


    Submitted by InfoMan24 on August 3, 2020  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of seduct in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of seduct in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

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