to make someone feel guilty, esp. in hopes of getting them to do something
He guilted her into calling her mother-in-law.
guignol met them at the door and took the materials from Luis, then ushered Sammy in.
And while she watched the guignol, her playing was always splendid.
Where there is no guignol, there is a swing, or there are donkeys to ride or goat carts.
Give us that, and your properties may be no more elaborate than those of a guignol in the Champs-Elyses.
There is another battle, and guignol vanquishes the alligator.
They resembled the bizarre and evil figures of the guignol that used to haunt my dreams in childhood.
There was "The Mattress," the story in which guignol has a dream right up on the tiny stage.
She handed it silently to Sammy, who held it for a moment, then reluctantly passed it to guignol.
guignol brought the meeting to order and the rest of the committee stopped chatting and checking email and looked expectant.
When school was over, Jeanne found a group of children in bright-colored clothes, watching the guignol.