Definition of Seductresses

1. Noun. (plural of seductress) ¹



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Definition of Seductresses

1. seductress [n] - See also: seductress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seductresses

seduceth
seducible
seducing
seducingly
seducings
seducive
seductions
seductive
seductively
seductiveness
seductivenesses
seductor
seductors
seductress
seductresses (current term)
sedulities
sedulity
sedulous
sedulously
sedulousness
sedulousnesses
sedum
sedums
see't
see-saw
see-sawed
see-sawing
see-saws

Literary usage of Seductresses

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1. The Media and the Rwanda Genocide by Allan Thompson (2007)
"... as devious seductresses who would use their beauty to undermine the Hutu community. The hate propaganda before and during the genocide demonized Tutsi ..."

2. My Tiny Life: Crime and Passion in a Virtual World by Julian Dibbell (1998)
"... Pavel's view seemed to be that these false seductresses did what they did primarily “for the fun of deceiving others,” and in some ways ..."

3. History of France: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Jules Michelet, G. H. Smith (1851)
"... 'Tis you to whom I address myself, seductresses of the clergy, baits of Satan, scnm of Paradise, poison of souls, sword of hearts, proud birds, toys, ..."

4. The Scripture Testimony to the Messiah: An Inquiry with a View to a by John Pye Smith (1837)
"Then let the reader observe the burst of admiration in the inquiry made by the pitiable victims, if not themselves the seductresses, of the criminal king. ..."

5. Beauchamp's Career by George Meredith (1897)
"Miss Priscilla Graves entering to them, became a witness that they were seductresses for inducing him to drink wine—and a sparkling wine. ..."

6. The Jew, the Gypsy and El Islam by Richard Francis Burton (1898)
"... 1 in every city, town, and village there are representatives of these arch-seductresses, whose personal beauty makes them dangerous. ..."

7. The Jew, the Gypsy and El Islam by Richard Francis Burton (1898)
"... town, and village there are representatives of these arch-seductresses, whose personal beauty makes them dangerous. ..."

8. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume I of IIby Yoel Natan by Yoel Natan (2006)
"709 "The Barbarians" used three "honey trap" seductresses to lure and kidnap unsuspecting males—most of whom were Jewish. In 2006, the gang recited Koran ..."

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