smooth-talker

smooth-talker

n
a person who gets another person to do their bidding by using a slick, gently persuasive, practised, or competent manner
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Pimped (From Thursday) Smooth-talker Lewis and his housemate Kenneth plan to lure an unsuspecting female victim back to their suburban home for a night of debauchery.
Another pageant contestant, who asked not to be named, said that Advincula was a very smooth-talker.
Buffy also starred British actor Anthony Head, who recently landed a role as a smooth-talker in Radio 4 soap The Archers, playing Rupert Giles.
Jordan Belfort discovers that he is a natural smooth-talker, which helps him rise through the ranks as a Wall Street stockbroker.
Her opponent is a smooth-talker with facts and figures, but that is not the same as taking time to get to know people.
At times Mort(e) might remind us of a shining white knight, more often a hardboiled smooth-talker, but he is neither the hero nor the antihero.
Smooth-talker Gerard started off by embracing former co-star Hilary Swank as he arrived on the red carpet at this year's Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles on Friday night.
The 61-year-old sauce actor, who recently starred as another smooth-talker in 'Coronation Street,' asserted that the ladies want to mother and change the cads and it's exciting, but always ends in tears.
That's when Mister Smooth-Talker let his alligator mouth overload his parakeet butt.
The smooth-talker wasted no time in turning on the charm - sitting on her knee and inviting her on a road trip - to Blackpool.
Don't allow one bad experience to colour your attitude to all men forever but do look on it as a useful lesson to be wary of flattery by any smooth-talker you scarcely know.
"He was a smooth-talker who seemed like a genuinely nice man.