verb (used with or without object), ca·joled, ca·jol·ing.
- cajal, santiago ramón y,
- cake eater
Origin of cajole
Examples from the Web for cajoler
It is the handsome Denis Ronciat, the beau and cajoler of the village girls, who utters an exclamation of surprise.
Word Origin for cajole
1640s, from French cajoler "to cajole, wheedle, coax," perhaps a blend of Middle French cageoler "to chatter like a jay" (16c., from gajole, southern diminutive of geai "jay;" see jay (n.)), and Old French gaioler "to cage, entice into a cage" (see jail (n.)). Related: Cajoled; cajoling.