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se·duc·tress

 (sĭ-dŭk′trĭs)
n.
A woman who seduces. See Usage Note at -ess.
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seductress

(sɪˈdʌktrəs)
n
a woman who entices, allures, or seduces, esp one who entices someone to engage in sexual intercourse
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se•duc•tress

(sɪˈdʌk trɪs)

n.
a woman who seduces.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seductress - a woman who seduces
seducer - a bad person who entices others into error or wrongdoing
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seductress

noun temptress, siren, vamp (informal), femme fatale (French), Lorelei, Circe, enchantress Few males can resist a self-confident seductress.
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seductress

noun
A usually unscrupulous woman who seduces or exploits men:
Informal: vamp, witch.
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Translations
svůdkyně

seductress

[sɪˈdʌktrɪs] Nseductora f
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seductress

[sɪˈdʌktrəs] nséductrice f
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seductress

nVerführerin f
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