(1) Elsewhere, it may be acceptable for shop assistants to flatter and cajole you into buying anything, irrespective of whether it suits you.(2) he hoped to cajole her into selling the house(3) I will not plead, threaten, or cajole anyone into voting for me.(4) The theater manager does not chide, warn or cajole us into good behavior.(5) In contrast, I didn't have to cajole her to climb in the Caves, nor did I merely watch her.(6) Housing associations and the government use many misleading arguments to persuade and cajole council tenants into agreeing to stock transfers.(7) So buy my stuff and cajole your friends into mindless purchasing.(8) By appealing directly to a possible abductor to think about their own future beyond the next few hours to the days and weeks to come they hope to cajole him to redress what he has done.(9) Usually I can cajole him into cereal, toast or a banana, but this morning - nothing.(10) he hoped to cajole her into selling him her house(11) It takes a certain degree of cajolement and leadership to help us all head in the right direction.(12) Recovered from the illness that floored him last week, he was back marshalling and cajoling the men in front of him, and must have wondered what he had returned to.(13) Despite the fact he was only thirteen, it seemed the young prince was already a Casanova in the making, an expert at coaxing and cajoling girls.(14) If you're like me, you've gotten many e-mail messages lately cajoling you to buy anti-virus software.(15) The vocalist even went to the extent of sweetly pleading and cajoling the crowd to get into the groove, before he let the music and the performance do all the talking.(16) So supporting the prior service pack is fair and rational, and cajoling people into at least installing it is reasonable.