The old "persuader" did her work as effectually as at Dominica.
My forty-five colt which I proceeded to reload, acting as a persuader.
Yes, he was that money-lender's agent—a persuader of the reluctant, if you like—working for a Hindu employer.
The persuader is a short, heavy bludgeon with a nail-studded head.
But enthusiasm is always magnetic, and the glowing descriptions of his persuader at length prevailed.
It broke my hold, and I staggered back groping for the persuader.
Two or three pairs of substantial hunting spurs, with wide straps, will be found the most reliable kind of “persuader.”
Also a persuader stick or a trench knife, which he may use if he is near enough to do it silently.
The persuader teaches the persuaded that their interest coincide.
Desire is, therefore, the great citadel toward which all of the campaign of the persuader must be directed.
A handgun; heat (1884+)