Definition of seduce:
decoy, ravish, make a play for, build, defile, wee, tally, cause, name, win, violate, wee-wee, hit, make believe, crap, puddle, take a leak, inveigle, take a crap, prepare, arrive at, take, have, pass water, pee, defecate, bait, nock, constitute, rape, sex, pretend, realise, establish, shit, earn, rack up, persuasion, stimulate, get to, score, ca-ca, pee-pee, mark, lay down, urinate, throw, progress to, make, construct, produce, spend a penny, micturate, take a shit, pull in, attain, do, deflower, work, give, abduct, form, cook, bring in, undo, lead astray, reach, nominate, fix, stool, create, make up, fascinate, piddle, grade, ready, draw in, realize, gain, vamp, make water, take in, get, bribe, come on to, hold, piss, ruin, sweet-talk, relieve oneself, clear.
- coax (part of speech: verb)
- attract (part of speech: verb)
- endear (part of speech: verb)
- pervert (part of speech: verb)
- seduce (part of speech: verb)
- "Lyrics from the Song-Books of the Elizabethan Age", Various.
- "Dramatic Technique", George Pierce Baker.
They are thereby exposed to no more hardships than they would have been obliged to have undergone at home, in order to have got an honest livelihood, so that unless their being obliged to work for their living is to pass for great hardship, I do not conceive where else it can lie, since the Law, rather than shed the blood of persons for small offences, or where they appear not to have gone on for a length of time in them, by its lenity changes the punishment of death into sending them amongst their own countrymen at a distance from their ill- disposed companions, who might probably seduce them to commit the same offences again.- "Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences", Arthur L. Hayward.