convincingly[ kuh n-vin-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF convincingly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVINCINGLY
"I should like to come with you—I should like it of all things," he said; and he said it convincingly.
"Of course we're going to find the right place," she said convincingly.
How convincingly this speaks to women, "Be not ashamed of anything, but to be ashamed."
Then, convincingly and ingenuously, I knew you loved me the moment we first met.
"You are wrong, twice," declared the Terrestrial, convincingly.
To save her, you must enter her world, as convincingly as you can.
And this you have now convincingly, nay, superabundantly, proved to be the case.
For seven hours he spoke eloquently, earnestly, convincingly.
"If it had been, Mr. Brown, he would have told me," she said convincingly.
He talked on convincingly, dispelling all hesitation by words and gesture.