Part of speech:
pleasingly persuasive or intended to persuade
Smooth, flattering talk.
Soap in liquid or semifluid form
To lead on with deception; entice or trick into doing or giving something, going somewhere, etc.
To coax or cajole with flattery.
(Archaic) To flatter or cajole.
To cajole is to try to get someone to do something, often using flattery, kindly tones or gentle prodding.
Wheedle is defined as to get something through flattery.
To be inviting or attractive to:
To urge persistently; importune
To seduce is to persuade someone to do something that is not considered proper conduct.
To squeeze the juice or other contents from:
Manipulate is defined as to move, arrange or control something in a skilled manner.
To lure is defined as to purposely attract someone or tempt someone to do something, often using a reward.
To have an influence on (something); change:
(Boxing) To hit with a hook
To portray favorably:
To invite someone to commit a wrongful or illegal act.
To dupe is to trick or deceive someone.
In opposition or disagreement; against:
To act on as though by magic; seemingly cast a spell on
The definition of blandish means to talk someone into something with flattery.
(Intransitive) to request the help of someone, often in the form of money
To sweeten with honey; add honey to.
The definition of allow means to permit or to give permission.
Find another word for coaxing. In this page you can discover 32 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for coaxing, like: ingratiatory, blarney, soft soap, sweet-talk, inveigling, , palavering, cajoling, wheedling, urging and tempting.