Translation of temptress in Spanish:

temptress

tentadora, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtɛm(p)trəs//ˈtɛm(p)trəs/

noun

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    tentadora feminine
    • Most of the world disapproved of her, calling her a temptress.
    • The female is mysterious, captivating, at times a temptress.
    • She will always be thought of as the wicked temptress.
    • They are perceived as sexual temptresses.
    • The female characters are two-dimensional temptresses who do nothing but create lustful havoc.
    • Greta Garbo played tragic lovers, exotic temptresses and steely heroines.
    • His affair with the temptress ended.
    • The girls were taught that they were temptresses.
    • I looked rather pathetic stood next to these long-legged temptresses.
    • She is a sleek-haired temptress in a scarlet dress.
    • The temptresses then coerce the hapless chaps into making complete fools of themselves.
    • She is a real temptress, testing his chastity.
    • Every seduction has two players: the worldly temptress and the willing target.
    • Blonde is the hair colour of choice for film stars, pin-ups and temptresses.
    • He is drawn to the dark temptress Sylvia.
    • For a moment I toyed with presenting myself as a wanton temptress.
    • You could object to his view of women as either homebodies or temptresses.
    • He paints a woman as the seductress and temptress.
    • His smouldering temptresses were immensely influential.
    • A lovely temptress lavished her affection upon him, attempting to lure him away.