convincing

[ kuh n-vin-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF convincing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVINCING

"There's not much variety," he answered, with a convincing droop of depression.

Thackeray's own explanation was more characteristic than convincing.

And the answer of Aggie was given with a like convincing emphasis.

There was discontent in her eyes, which were her most convincing attraction.

There would be the difficulty of convincing her that she would be doing her aunt no wrong.

The answer to the first objection seems obvious and convincing.

Their threats of the day before were remembered now, with convincing vividness.

I asked what it meant, and many most interesting and convincing answers were given.

He is as gentle in his manner as he is convincing in his utterances.

"I saw him, and talked with him," came the convincing response.

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