Definition of coaxer in English:

coaxer

noun

  • See coax

    • ‘He had a massive drive with a built-in slice and on the greens he was a soft coaxer whose putts were positive.’
    • ‘We usually don't see the workings of the behind-the-scenes handlers and shapers and coaxers and helpers.’
    • ‘The brass instrument has long been seen as a vehicle for many flashy players as well as subtle coaxers of tone.’
    • ‘The women vendors and coaxers support each other, and we feel we are recognized and accepted by the community.’
    • ‘Some of us are belligerent, some are coaxers of the ball, some delight in hearing the ball smash against the hoardings, others love to steer the ball wide of fielders.’

Pronunciation

coaxer

/ˈkəʊksə/