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seducer (n.)

1540s, "one who seduces, one who entices (another) to wrongdoing," agent noun from seduce (v.). Seducee is attested from c. 1600. Caxton's agent noun seductor (late 15c.) is obsolete.

updated on April 07, 2022

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Definitions of seducer from WordNet

seducer (n.)
a bad person who entices others into error or wrongdoing;
seducer (n.)
a man who takes advantage of women;
Synonyms: ladies' man / lady killer
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