coaxed (part of speech: verb)
persuaded (part of speech: verb)
- So he persuaded himself that he should do her an injustice if he married her: whether he grieved her or not by his determination, was a point that he avoided considering. - "Four Phases of Love", Paul Heyse.
- It might be, therefore, that Judge Bolitho had persuaded her against her will to marry this man. - "The Day of Judgment", Joseph Hocking.
- They left the country some weeks ago- after the King was persuaded to go to Paris. - "The Red Cockade", Stanley J. Weyman.