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Coax (IPA: /ˈkoʊks/)

Coax (v. t.)

To persuade by gentle, insinuating courtesy, flattering, or fondling; to wheedle; to soothe.

Coax (n.)

A simpleton; a dupe.

Coax Synonyms

Coax Cable, Coaxial Cable

Coax Synonyms

Blarney, Inveigle, Sweet-talk, Palaver, Wheedle, Cajole

COAX (Acronym / Abbreviation)


COAX (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Coaxial Cable

COAX (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Coaxial, Coaxial Cable

COAX (Acronym / Abbreviation)

Trinity Rail Management, Inc.

Coax Rhymes

Blokes, Chokes, Cloaks, Coax, Coke's, Cokes, Croaks, Folkes, Folks, Folks' Hoax, Jokes, Kokes, Mokes, Noakes, Nokes, Oak's, Oakes, Oaks, Oaks', Ochs, Pokes, Polk's, Smokes, Soaks, Spokes, Stokes, Strokes, Vokes, Yokes, Yolks

Evokes, Invokes, Provokes

Spanish Translation

Coax in Spanish is Engatusar

Tagalog Translation

Coax in Tagalog is Akitin

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