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  • adv. in a cajoling manner

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  • adv. in a cajoling manner


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cajoling +‎ -ly


  • And Sergeant Bellews sat before the dark-screened communicator with sweat on his face, calling cajolingly to nothingness to come in.

    The Machine That Saved The World

  • “Well, pally,” one of the agents answered cajolingly, sounding very much like Bullwinkle the Moose, “under federal law hashish is a narcotic, and it comes with a very stiff penalty.”

    I slept with Joey Ramone

  • It never mentions that there are state and federal laws requiring what the ad cajolingly promotes.

    Got access?

  • Anyway, what's wrong with a little matchmaking? 'she added cajolingly.

    The Secret Virgin

  • “Please, my lady,” he said cajolingly, holding out his hand.


  • "Come on," Ron said cajolingly, giving the steering wheel a little shake, "nearly there, come on -"

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

  • If you eat up all your beans and toast, you can have a biscuit, she added cajolingly.

    Leave the Grave Green

  • "Come back to your dinner, won't you, sir?" she said cajolingly before turning to the earl.

    Daring Deception

  • "You'll feel so much better after a bath and a shave," the nurse said cajolingly.

    Texas! Chase

  • 'Surely you can spare an hour for a horseback ride,' he said cajolingly.

    Texas! Lucky


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