Synonyms for Cajolery:


blarney (noun)
blandishment, adulation.
cajolery (noun)
palaver, blandishment.
empty talk (noun)
flattery (noun)
glorification, adulation, palaver, idolization, flattery, compliment, accolade.
soft soap (noun)

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Other relevant words:
palaver, blandishment.

Usage examples for cajolery

  1. Of that Octavianus who had robbed her son of the heritage of his father, Caesar, and whose mention in the will was like an imputation on her fidelity- the cold- hearted, calculating upstart, whose nature from their first meeting in Rome had repelled, rebuffed, chilled her; of the man by whose cajolery and power her husband- for in her own eyes and those of the Egyptians Antony held this position- had been induced to wed his sister, Octavia, and thereby stamp her, Cleopatra, as merely his love, cast a doubt upon the legitimate birth of her children; of the false friend of the trusting Antony who, before the battle of Actium, had most deeply humiliated and insulted both! – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  2. She panted, little in keeping with the cajolery of her tones, but she had got Mr. Pericles upon a theme serious to his mind. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. The illustrations of the manner in which the policy was pursued, and the cajolery and threats which were said to have been employed in order to insure its success, covered the whole history of the Conference, and presented it through a new and possibly distorted medium. – The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon