blandishment[ blan-dish-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF blandishment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLANDISHMENT
Not to be moved by blandishment or argument from this position.
And another is the blandishment and trickery of the steamship agent.
Mrs. Molineux was proof against this blandishment, and Bella had to go.
Every blandishment was used to soothe him, and it had its effect.
To this blandishment they were never averse or inaccessible, and Gerald inherited the trait in all its strength.
At first he used his arts of blandishment and honeyed words in order to lure Savonarola to Rome.
Yet finally these yielded to blandishment and overture, and signed, on October 28, a treaty at Medicine Lodge.
I must use every kind of blandishment to convince myself that my life and my work are worth while.
A widow's degree of blandishment is conservatively estimated at twenty-five spinster power.
Joan has big, wondering eyes, which she already uses for cajolery and blandishment.