Coaxing, cajoling and roping in (Ways of saying ‘persuade’)

Coaxing, cajoling and roping in (Ways of saying ‘persuade’)

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by Kate Woodford This week we’re looking at the many near-synonyms in English for the verb persuade. Let’s start with the verb convince, which is sometimes used to mean ‘to persuade someone to do something’: I hope this will convince you to change your mind. A number of verbs mean specifically ‘to persuade someone to do an activity’, for example the phrasal …

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