Reluctantly he was coaxed into going to a New Orleans Saints game.
It would be great if Republicans could be coaxed to sign on to one or more of these efforts.
Samantha Geimer was 13 years old when famed director Roman Polanski coaxed her into having sex during a photo shoot.
The two strapping marshals behind him looked plenty strong enough to have coaxed him to his feet if he had decided otherwise.
When Collins coaxed him back, the folk audience loved him even more.
He had coaxed and coaxed and teased and teased, but it hadn't made a bit of difference.
They coaxed and argued and blamed—it all came to the same thing.
A brack man's nebber a fool 'cept when he's coaxed to run away from a good master, sah!
Sheep should be humored rather than hurried; coaxed, rather than coerced.
This is no 108 girl of timid or yielding nature who can be coaxed or driven, or of clinging and meek affection.
1580s, originally in slang phrase to make a coax of, from earlier noun coax, cox, cokes "a fool, ninny, simpleton" (1560s); modern spelling is 1706. Origin obscure, perhaps related to cock (n.1). Related: Coaxed; coaxing.