overpersuade

verb
over·per·suade | \ˌō-vər-pər-ˈswād \
overpersuaded; overpersuading; overpersuades

Definition of overpersuade 

transitive verb

: to persuade to act contrary to one's conviction or preference

Other Words from overpersuade

overpersuasion \ˌō-vər-pər-ˈswā-zhən \ noun

First Known Use of overpersuade

1639, in the meaning defined above

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