Coaxing or flattery intended to persuade someone to do something: she uses cajolery, deception, and manipulation to get what she wants
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- Never had I read more flattering, in-your-face cajolery.
- We then went through an intensive process of negotiation, cajolery, threats, and mathematical calculations to put together a deal that everyone could support.
- It would be the ultimate weapon in journalistic cajolery.
British informal flannel
Australian/New Zealand informal guyver
Words that rhyme with cajolerydrollery
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