Getting a classmate to do your assignment by telling them what an excellent student they are is an example of to blandish.
Origin of blandishMiddle English blandishen ; from Old French blandiss-, extended stem of blandir, to flatter ; from Classical Latin blandiri, to flatter ; from bland
transitive verbblan·dished, blan·dish·ing, blan·dish·es
Origin of blandishMiddle English blandishen, from Old French blandir, blandiss-, from Latin bland&imacron;r&imacron;, from blandus, flattering; see mel-1 in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present blandishes, present participle blandishing, simple past and past participle blandished)
From Middle English blandishen, from Middle French blandir, from Latin blanditia (“flattery, coaxing”)