persuader persuader


  • (n) someone who tries to persuade or induce or lead on


  1. To persuade in this world and the President is not just the decider but also the persuader you have to go multiplatform.
  2. Then another student, who was assigned the role of persuader, entered the room, took a seat, and for five minutes urged upon the listener the dangers of overpopulation.


  • Tight lines, tight race at HIBT

    Veteran anglers from Laguna Niguel Billfish Club No. 2 knew they needed to post valuable points in today’s Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament to break away from a crowded four-way tie for second place. Fishing aboard Strong Persuader, angler Chuck Salinger seized his opportunity. “As soon as the marlin hit, I knew this tag and release would be an important one for our team,” said ...
    on August 7, 2013     Source: West Hawaii Today


  1. "Brought up in sectarian politics he ended up being a persistent and intelligent persuader for cross-community partnership and he will be sorely missed," Blair said.
    on Jan 8, 2007 By: Tony Blair Source:

  2. "Mario (Catalano, the Ulster County Republican chairman) talked me into it," Giuliani said. "He's a great persuader. I enjoy doing it, and I knew the Yankees wouldn't be playing."
    on Oct 9, 2009 By: Rudy Giuliani Source: Poughkeepsie Journal

  3. "I've always known that everything would change; that's how it is," Cray adds. "The tide turned for us after 'Strong Persuader,' when the next album didn't do as well -- it 'only' went gold. I think it was fortunate for us that we gained a...
    on Oct 4, 2007 By: Robert Cray Source: Bloomington Pantagraph

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