Etymology
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seductive (adj.)

"tending to lead aside or astray; alluring, enticing," 1740, from Latin seduct-, past-participle stem of seducere "lead away, lead aside or astray" (see seduce) + -ive. Related: Seductively; seductiveness. Middle English had seducious "deceitful, devious" (mid-15c.).

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Definitions of seductive

seductive (adj.)
tending to entice into a desired action or state;
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