Origin of seductivefrom Classical Latin seductus, past participle of seducere (see seduce) + -ive
Dylan likes to use his seductive stare when posing for the camera because he thinks that it makes him look irresistible.
An example of seductive is someone dancing in a sexy way to attract someone to come dance.
(comparative more seductive, superlative most seductive)
- Nouns to which "seductive" is often applied: woman, lady, girl, power, art, image, behavior, smile, dress, dance, tango, song, etc.
- Dressed in the seductive clothing of Hell, her body's gentle shape appeared voluptuous, her narrow shoulders exposed, her round hips and breasts enhanced.
- She looked seductive, no longer sweet.
- Her eyes were shimmering with tears that only heightened her seductive appeal.
- She is seductive sensuousness, though also having in her a small spark of light.
- The errorists developed speculations and practical theories on the basis of the Old Testament law, which proved extremely seductive to many Christians.