cajole

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Synonyms for cajole

Synonyms for cajole

to persuade or try to persuade by gentle persistent urging or flattery

Synonyms for cajole

influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering

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Continuous cajoling from that lovable scamp Regis and familiar, tension-inducing music heighten the excitement and anticipation of answering correctly.
Lynch has coached the teams since 1987, cajoling and enlightening dozens of team members through the years.
He cared about the agents who worked for him, urging and cajoling and teaching them to achieve their best.
And, since Trophy Bass 2 adheres to common tournament rules, it boasts a true-to-life experience for players -- including the cajoling and camaraderie that is part of the sport.
The rest of Eli's day is spent cajoling, wheedling and begging celebrities to show up at his soiree while staying one step ahead of inquiring police detectives.
9 did contract talks progress with the subtle cajoling of a federal mediator.
However, with further cajoling, the kitchen said the pork ribs could be made within 15 minutes.
Gilbert Cates, producing his 10th Oscar telecast in two weeks, has tried pleading, cajoling and threatening each year's nominees into keeping their acceptance speeches short.
Once you leave that gate, you're on your own,'' auctioneer Jan Bendis warned the crowd before launching into a flurry of cajoling and coaxing for ever-higher bids.
But while Divac has been energetically scurrying around the court, cajoling teammates and reacting emotionally to every positive King development, O'Neal has retained the stoic countenance of a high stakes poker player.