Prepositions after "seduce"

seduce by, with, as, from or in?

In 84% of cases "seduce by" is used

Here I am, seduced by the sugar.

She was actually seduced by the serpent.

Men, who are so easily seduced by its power.

Jesus was required to live in the world without being seduced by the values of the world.

Be seduced by the warm chocolate pudding laced with pistachio sauce, leaving you yearning for more.

I was seduced by the comfortable old 306 I used to run in the late 80s - it was a reliable old banger.

But if that's the case, then the players were also foolish enough to allow themselves to be seduced by her and give in to her.

Very few who meet him are not seduced by his personal charm, even those who violently disagree with him on ideological grounds.

Perhaps he was seduced by the area's beauty, or maybe he simply wished to settle quickly and avoid conflict with more influential whites.

You can start making your own videos, under the guise that it is well intentioned with mere words, and exploit those seduced by the words.

In 5% of cases "seduce with" is used

Like his character Tommy in Warrior, Forrest is the strong, silent type who seduces with his low, purring voice that could at any minute explode into a growl of sickening violence.

In 2% of cases "seduce in" is used

As for 007? Well, with 23 films out (counting the upcoming Skyfall) and anywhere from 1 to 4 women Bond seduces in each one, you do the math.

In 2% of cases "seduce into" is used

It's a tragedy that mothers of younger children have been seduced into the work force.

In 2% of cases "seduce like" is used

Certainly, this wine seduces like a caress and the promise of sensuality.