No entreaties nor cajoleries at first availed to make them leave their refuge.
In spite of all my cajoleries, Henry and I were never to be friends.
She is merry like no one else, and witty, and full of cajoleries, like a child.
Hugh wrote me of their threats and flatteries, their beseechings and cajoleries.
The latter wished at first to calm the temper of the Count, and to soothe his kinsman by cajoleries.
Her final undoing came from a different quarter, and I am afraid that drugs, not Biblical cajoleries, were the instruments used.
The cajoleries which Eugénie first tried and the blows that followed were alike unavailing.
Threats, entreaties, cajoleries, all must be employed to bring members up to the scratch.
His cajoleries are infinite; his deft sentences, mingling flattery with reflection, have almost the quality of a caress.
He was not used to women's flatteries, and in his present state of exaltation the cajoleries of the Princess suited his mood.