Beneath his wheedling air there was the determination to devour everything.
He no longer treated Bongrand in the wheedling, respectful manner of yore.
Again did she give vent to a dry laugh which distorted her wheedling face.
Matthew caught his breath, and changed his wheedling tone all at once.
"Sit here by me," urged Justin, in a wheedling tone, and placed a chair for her.
He had crouched over it for a half-hour, blowing it, coaxing it, wheedling it.
"Good-evening, Mr. Brereton," he said in a thin, wheedling voice.
She stood ten minutes cajoling him, wheedling, coaxing, threatening.
She stopped the guttural, wheedling voice with a quick, vehement gesture.
The tone was wheedling, and the elder woman loved to hear it.