Seduction

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William Adolphe Bougureau: The Proposal (1872)

Seduction is to convince someone to do something which he or she did not want to do at the start.[1] It can also mean convincing the person to do something he or she ought not to do (such as acting against a rule). Most commonly the term is used to convince another person to have a sexual relationship.

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  1. "Definition of SEDUCING". www.merriam-webster.com. Retrieved 24 February 2021.