seducement

seducement

(sɪˈdjuːsmənt)
n
an act of seducing
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In Bayda province, number of brigade and battalion commanders in the biggest seducement for the enemy, its mercenaries, destroying a large number of military vehicles and military kits, seizing six diverse equipments in Nate'a front.
Born to inform or to correct the Pen To proffitts pleasures freedom and command Whilst We beside You but as Cyphers stand T'increase Your numbers and to swell th'account Of your delights which from our charms amount And sadly are by this distinction taught That since the Fall (by our seducement wrought) Ours is the greater losse as ours the greater fault.
It had irrevocably harmed Catholicism by introducing "pecuniary and political seducements" among the clergy, of whom Bishop Macdonell was the primary example.
Sadly I feel life's many wicked seducements have now dwindled down to red wine, various cuts of beef...