sweet-talk

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sweet-talk someone

Rur. to talk convincingly to someone with much flattery. I didn't want to help her, but she sweet-talked me into it. He sweet-talked her for a while, and she finally agreed to go to the dance with him.
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Just remember, if you bump into him again, don't allow yourself to be sweet-talked into bed with him again.
As school head of care, he sweet-talked them into his flat before molesting and abusing them.
Tracy - The Un-Lasorda - would have sweet-talked the reporter into the ground.
The High Court in Glasgow heard that McCormick sweet-talked the Fife third-year schoolgirl for nine weeks before luring her to a hotel for sex, knowing she had become 14 just five days before they met.
SHE wants to be sweet-talked and given presents - and will nag you if you don't pay her enough attention.
In fact, when the Newtons finally were captured and convicted - for a train robbery outside of Chicago that netted more loot than any railroad job in American history - they essentially sweet-talked their ways into absurdly light sentences.
Earlier on, she'd sweet-talked a traffic cop into letting her and boyfriend Jack White off after they skipped a red light.
Nice though that he sweet-talked us about our sweets, although we could not satisfy Tam's craving for custard.
It's as old as the creation of time, when Eve sweet-talked Adam into taking that bite out of the apple, and got them both kicked out of Eden.
Liddell, nicknamed Scotland's Iron Lady, sweet-talked Brussels officials and secured the future of the cult biscuits by force-feeding them the popular jam-centred snacks.
AMERICAN Erika Lee has sweet-talked her way into owning a pub.