One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they were being railroaded into accepting an unfavourable agreement’
coerce, force, compel, pressure, pressurize, badger, hustle, pester, hound, harass, nag, harry, urge, goad, prod, spur
browbeat, bludgeon, bulldoze, steamroller, dragoon, prevail on, strong-arm
North American fast-talk
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