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Definition of "cajoled" [cajoled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of cajole. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cajoled" in a sentence
  • "Yet here at the feast none was merrier than Kincaid, who, charmingly egged on by Flora, kept those about him in gales of mirth, and even let himself be "cajoled" (to use his own term) into singing this song whose title had become his nickname."
  • "Fricker was "cajoled" into entering the depot after a few beers with Alexander, and committed the vandalism for "fun," not "malice," the lawyer said."
  • "He claimed that he was "cajoled" into committing the offences of breaking into the SMRT Changi Deport and vandalising two train carriages."