cajole

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To encourage or persuade by effort; to coax

She tried to cajole the toddler into the bathtub.

to impose on or dupe by flattering speech
{v} to flatter, coax, sooth, deceive, beguile
influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering; "He palavered her into going along"
If you cajole someone into doing something, you get them to do it after persuading them for some time. It was he who had cajoled Garland into doing the film He cajoled Mr Dobson to stand for mayor. to gradually persuade someone to do something by being nice to them, or making promises to them cajole sb into doing sth (cajoler , from gaiole , from cavea; CAGE)
{f} persuade; tempt, entice, beguile; entrap
To deceive with flattery or fair words; to wheedle
cajole into
charmingly persuade to do something
cajolery
delusive speech
cajoling
{a} coaxing, wheedling
cajoling
{n} flattery
cajoled
past of cajole
cajoler
A person who cajoles; a flatterer
cajoler
{i} flatterer; tempter, seducer
cajoler
A flatterer; a wheedler
cajolery
A wheedling to delude; words used in cajoling; flattery
cajolery
cajolement
cajolery
flattery intended to persuade
cajolery
{i} flattery, persuasion; temptation, enticement
cajoles
third person singular of cajole
cajoling
present participle of cajole
cajole
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