|Cajole (v. i.)|
To deceive with flattery or fair words; to wheedle.
Blarney, Coax, Inveigle, Sweet-talk, Palaver, Wheedle
Boal, Boehl, Bohl, Bole, Boll, Bowl, Buol, Coal, Coale, Cole, Colle, Croll, Dhole, Doell, Dole, Droll, Foal, Foale, Fohl, Goal, Gohl, Groll, Hoel, Hoell, Hoelle, Hohl, Hole, Knoell, Knoll, Koehl, Koelle, Kohl, Kol, Kole, Mohl, Mole, Noell, Nohl, Nole, Noll, Ohl, Ol', Ole, Pfohl, Poehl, Pohl, Pole, Poll, Proehl, Roehl, Roell, Roelle, Rohl, Rol, Role, Roll, Rolle, Schaul, Scholle, Schroll, Scroll, Seoul, Shoal, Skoal, Sohl, Sol, Sole, Soul, Sowle, Stohl, Stol, Stole, Stoll, Strohl, Strole, Stroll, Thoele, Thole, Toal, Toelle, Tole, Toll, Troll, Voell, Whole, Woehl, Wohl
Cajole, Console, Control, Devaul, Ecole, Enroll, Extol, Madole, Mccole, Mccoll, Mcdole, Nicole, Nicolle, Pajole, Parole, Patrol, Pistole, Unroll, Viole
Decontrol, Espanol, Rock'n'roll, Rock-and-roll, Self-control
Cajole in Spanish is Engatusar