overpersuade

[oh-ver-per-sweyd]
verb (used with object), o·ver·per·suad·ed, o·ver·per·suad·ing.
  1. to persuade (a person) against his or her inclination or intention: By threats and taunts they had overpersuaded him to steal the car.
  2. to win or bring over by persuasion.

Origin of overpersuade

First recorded in 1615–25; over- + persuade
Related formso·ver·per·sua·sion, noun
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overpersuade

verb
  1. (tr) to persuade (someone) against his inclination or judgment
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