By Jireh Teo(32) 1-2
Use persuasive language to: to use flattering or pleasing words in order to persuade somebody to do something.
Benjamin's sweet talk and flattery finally convinced Dylan to lend him some money.
Etymology:The word first apeared in 1936 in the book,"Gone with the wind."
Resources:http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=sweet+talk&searchmode=none for origin of word and wikipedia for the definition.