seductively


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se·duc·tive

 (sĭ-dŭk′tĭv)
adj.
Tending to seduce; alluring: seductive lingerie; the seductive smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls.

se·duc′tive·ly adv.
se·duc′tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.seductively - in a tempting seductive manner; "she smiled at him seductively"
Translations

seductively

[sɪˈdʌktɪvlɪ] ADV [smile, behave, look at, dress] → de modo seductor, de manera seductora; [say] → en tono seductor

seductively

advverführerisch; offer, suggestverlockend

seductively

[sɪˈdʌktɪvlɪ] advin modo seducente
References in classic literature ?
They called so archly, so seductively, that our feet hurried toward the tent of themselves.
a face which was ever changing, gay and brilliant one moment, calm and seductively beautiful the next.
They held out their arms to him more seductively than ever.
The open mouth of a saloon called seductively to passengers to enter and annihilate sorrow or create rage.
I RE-ENTERED the town a hungry man; the dinner I had forgotten recurred seductively to my recollection; and it was with a quick step and sharp appetite I ascended the narrow street leading to my lodgings.
But she leaned not imperatively, not seductively, but wistfully and humbly.
It's seductively clear and you musn't think about it.
The model left very little to the imagination in the steamy snap in which she could be seen staring seductively at the camera.
There was a very audible gulp of gin and tonic from the female family members when he suddenly graced our living room, seductively leaning on a door frame in nowt but a towel.
com), will help him whip those whiskers into shape and leave them seductively scented with the famous 24 Old Bond Street fragrance.
Heidi posted a sexy video featuring her dancing and posing seductively to animated graphics with rock'n'roll music.
Who could forget Ursula Andress seductively emerging from the water in 1962 Bond film Dr.