Synonyms of 'rope someone in or into something'
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If you engage someone to do a particular job, you appoint them to do it.
We have been able to engage some staff.
If you enlist the help of someone, you persuade them to help or support you in doing something.
I had to enlist the help of several neighbours to clear the mess.
If you inveigle someone into doing something, you cleverly persuade them to do it when they do not really want to.
She inveigles him into a plot to swindle the old lady.
Thesaurus for rope someone in or into something from the Collins English Thesaurus