Seducible Se*du"ci*ble, a. Capable of being seduced; corruptible. [1913 Webster]

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  • seducible — seduce ► VERB 1) persuade to do something inadvisable. 2) entice into sexual activity. DERIVATIVES seducer noun seducible adjective seduction noun seductress noun. ORIGIN Latin seducere lead aside or away …   English terms dictionary

  • seducible — See seduceable. * * * …   Universalium

  • seducible — adjective able to be seduced Ant: inseducible …   Wiktionary

  • seducible — adj. can be tempted, can be enticed; can be lead astray, corruptible; can be persuaded to engage in sexual activity …   English contemporary dictionary

  • seducible — se·duc·i·ble …   English syllables

  • seducible — …   Useful english dictionary

  • seduce — seducer, n. seducible, seduceable, adj. seducingly, adv. /si doohs , dyoohs /, v.t., seduced, seducing. 1. to lead astray, as from duty, rectitude, or the like; corrupt. 2. to persuade or induce to have sexual intercourse. 3. to lead or draw away …   Universalium

  • inseducible — adjective Not seducible; impossible to seduce …   Wiktionary

  • seduce — verb 1》 entice into sexual activity. 2》 persuade to do something inadvisable. Derivatives seducer noun seducible adjective seductress noun Origin C15 (earlier (ME) as seduction): from L. seducere, from se away + ducere to lead …   English new terms dictionary

  • seduce — /səˈdjus / (say suh dyoohs) verb (t) (seduced, seducing) 1. to induce to have sexual intercourse. 2. to lead astray; entice away from duty or rectitude; corrupt. 3. to lead or draw away, as from principles, faith, or allegiance. 4. (sometimes… …   Australian English dictionary