What is another word for Seducing?

Pronunciation: [sɪdjˈuːsɪŋ] (IPA)

Seducing is a verb that describes the action of tempting and enticing someone to do something or to be influenced by something or someone. Synonyms for seducing include alluring, enticing, captivating, bewitching, charming, fascinating, enchanting and mesmerizing. These words can describe both positive and negative influences on individuals and can be used in different contexts. For instance, we can say that an advertisement is seducing people to buy a product, or that a person with attractive qualities is seducing someone to be in a relationship or to do something that they would not normally do. It is important to use the right synonym for seducing depending on the intended communication.

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Usage examples for Seducing

What a Seducing Syren!
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
Whether the manager thought that enough had been done for stage effect, I know not; but he gently disengaged the lovely Amelie, and deposited her upon a sofa, to a place upon which she speedily motioned me by a look from a pair of very Seducing blue eyes.
"The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, Complete"
Charles James Lever (1806-1872)
It is a high and indispensable duty; and I must neither be deterred by the dread of danger, nor swayed by the too Seducing emotions of the heart-They must be silenced!
"Anna St. Ives"
Thomas Holcroft

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