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Use "cajoling" in a sentence
"'He laughed and coaxed -- what I calls cajoling -- did Mr. Griff, to get a latch-key; but we knows our dooty too well for that, and Mr.. Winslow had made us faithfully promise, when Master Clarence first came to us, that he should never have a latch-key, -- Mr. Clarence, as had only been five times later than eleven o'clock, and then he was going to dine with Mr. Castleford, or to the theayter, and spoke about it beforehand."
"And whatever he thinks he means by "cajoling" in that sentence, it's not what the word means."
"My kids are not so resolutely sweet-toothed as I was at their age, so with the right kind of cajoling and suggestions, Ihave an outside chance of getting aremarkably well-balanced meal cooked for me."