coaxing[ kohks ]SEE DEFINITION OF coaxing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COAXING
I kissed her, and answered in a coaxing tone, "It is Thursday, and I have no music lesson.'"
A trail of coaxing calls and offers followed Florent as he passed along.
I am not used to coaxing people to work for me; it is usually the other way around.
"You can do what you like with me, with your coaxing and woaxing," said Nancy.
To the abuse in front and the coaxing behind she was equally indifferent.
But he would not be quiet, nor go into the house for all the coaxing.
Her nature was of a much too smiling order to need a great deal of coaxing.
"You are putting it on," she interrupted in her seductive voice, with a coaxing intonation.
It was with coaxing, manly respect that he reminded her of that.
No one had heard it, and, after some coaxing, this is the tale he told.