cajole[ kuh-johl ]SEE DEFINITION OF cajole
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAJOLE
Her voice was that with which one seeks to cajole a terrified infant.
It takes something more than words to cajole them to do our will, to cover us with glory.
It was as if they were all leagued in a conspiracy to deceive and cajole.
How he managed to cajole the publishers in the beginning he does not tell us.
She tried to argue, to cajole, and to appear defiant, but all was useless.
You cannot cajole it put of me, you cannot steal it from me.
She was willing to cajole, to cater in order to win friendship.
Then when I try to cajole them into the henhouse they fly all ways.
That evening she managed to cajole Father for a short stroll on the moor.
Ever there were his insidious wiles to compromise, cajole, trick and betray them.