Cajole in a Sentence
Definition of Cajole
persuade someone to do something; convince with gentle pleading; sweet-talk
Use Cajole in a sentence
Why did I ever let my friends cajole me into eating sushi?
Each time we dine there, Howard manages to cajole the waiter into giving us something for free.
Using dry tuna, I was able to cajole the kitten out of the corner.
By offering them outrageous bonuses, the agency tries to cajole college players to sign with professional teams.
The candidate managed to cajole many voters into choosing his name on the ballot.
Are you trying to cajole me into cooking your supper?
You can easily cajole his little boy with a cookie!
In order to cajole the man off the ledge, the police showed him a picture of his wife.
With a kiss on the cheek, I can cajole my husband into taking me shopping.
Regina was able to cajole Barney into donating to her charity.
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persuade, coax, tempt, convince, lure, sweet-talk, flatter, entice, influence
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