blandisher


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blan·dish

 (blăn′dĭsh)
tr.v. blan·dished, blan·dish·ing, blan·dish·es
To coax by flattery or wheedling; cajole.

[Middle English blandishen, from Old French blandir, blandiss-, from Latin blandīrī, from blandus, flattering; see mel- in Indo-European roots.]

blan′dish·er n.
blan′dish·ment n.

blandisher

(ˈblændɪʃə)
n
someone who blandishes