Honey trap


a strategy whereby an attractive person coerces another person into doing or revealing something; also, a person employing this strategy to entrap another; also written honeytrap

It’s the oldest sting in the book – the honeytrap.
Word Origin

originally in espionage, now mainly applied to journalism
Usage Note

mainly UK


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