verb (used with object), o·ver·per·suad·ed, o·ver·per·suad·ing.
Origin of overpersuade
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Historical Examples of overpersuade
It was a spontaneous throe of the imagination, which had force to overpersuade the organs of perception.
I am not sure that I do not now regret that I allowed my church-wardens to overpersuade me on this point.The Altar Steps
And Wulfhere and I tried a little to overpersuade her, but then a groom came to say that all was ready.A Thane of Wessex
Charles W. Whistler