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convictive

[ verb, adjective kuh n-vikt; noun kon-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convictive
  • as inpersuasive
  • as incogent

Synonyms for convictive

  • alluring
  • cogent
  • compelling
  • conclusive
  • convincing
  • credible
  • eloquent
  • energetic
  • forceful
  • impressive
  • inspiring
  • logical
  • plausible
  • potent
  • powerful
  • valid
  • actuating
  • effectual
  • efficacious
  • efficient
  • enticing
  • forcible
  • impelling
  • inducing
  • inveigling
  • luring
  • moving
  • pointed
  • seductive
  • slick
  • smooth
  • sound
  • stimulating
  • stringent
  • strong
  • swaying
  • telling
  • touching
  • unctuous
  • weighty
  • wheedling
  • winning
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Antonyms for convictive

  • implausible
  • impotent
  • improbable
  • incapable
  • incredible
  • ineffective
  • invalid
  • unbelievable
  • unlikely
  • unreasonable
  • weak
  • dampening
  • discouraging
  • disheartening
  • dissuasive
  • ineffectual
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Confidence, not fear, is the keynote of a strong and convictive doctrine.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., from Latin convictus, past participle of convincere "to 'overcome' in argument" (see convince). Replaced Old English verb oferstælan. Related: Convicted; convicting.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONVICTIVE

cogent

adjectiveeffective

persuasive

adjectiveeffective, influential
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