Pronunciation of Coax
/k_ˈəʊ_k_s/, /kˈə͡ʊks/, /kˈəʊks/
Antonyms for coax:
repel, overbear, put the chill on, over-awing, co wed, bludgeoning, over borne, over-awes, oblige, overawe, lorded it over, discourage, lording over, overawed, chill, Despotize, over bears, Dragooning, browbeat, over born, overborne, puts the chill on, disenchant, putting chill on, over-bore, bludgeoned, lording it over, lord over, Overawing, repulse, puts chill on, Dragooned, turn off, lorded over, despotizes, lord it over, lords over, dragoons, deter, putting through the wringer, co-wing, leans on, allow, despotizing, leaned on, over-bear, put through the wringer, put heat on, dissuade, lords it over, leant on, over awe, overbore, puts through wringer, please, co wing, disgust, co-wed, over bear, put chill on, over-awed, Over-bearing, damp, putting the chill on, over-born, puts heat on, make, overbears, putting heat on, overawes, overborn, over-borne, over awed, putting through wringer, not care, puts through the wringer, over-bears, put through wringer, warn, over awing, over-awe, drive away, lean on, over bore, over bearing, over awes, despotized, leaning on, dragoon.
Usage examples for coax:
- I'm specially disappointed, too, for I had a plan to trying to coax Nellis into going with me, but I really don't know whether I want him to go or not." - "The Chautauqua Girls At Home", Pansy, AKA Isabella M. Alden.
- Some of the scouts were out on the lake, trying to coax a mess of fish to come closer to the fire and get warmed up. - "Camp Fires of the Wolf Patrol", Alan Douglas.
Idioms for coax:
Rhymes for coax:
- oakes, soaks, hoax, jokes, pokes, strokes, cloaks, folks, yolks, blokes, cokes, yokes, oaks, spokes, chokes, smokes, ochs, stokes, croaks;
- provokes, evokes, invokes;