convicting

[ verb, adjective kuh n-vikt; noun kon-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convicting

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The application of the parable followed with convicting promptness.

No difficulty was found in convicting the sellers of Paine's works, and the like.

Surely the State is not desirous of convicting its citizens of crime.

Accused by Timarchus, retorted by convicting him of immorality.

It does not aim at convicting a hostile disbelief, but at succouring a distressed faith.

How could we answer them without at once convicting ourselves?

I believe in indicting them, trying them, and convicting them.

Addresses in every part of the nation, and convicting them of falsehoods.

If whatever I do is wrong, then you're only convicting yourself; you're not convicting me.

He had seen a way of convicting Llanyglo out of its own mouth.

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