Rare to win over by persuading; esp., to persuade (someone) against one's natural inclinations
transitive verbo·ver·per·suad·ed, o·ver·per·suad·ing, o·ver·per·suades
To persuade (someone) to act contrary to inclination or choice.
(third-person singular simple present overpersuades, present participle overpersuading, simple past and past participle overpersuaded)
- To win someone over through persuasion; to convince (someone) to do something against their own judgement or wishes. [from 17th c.]
From over- +"Ž persuade.