convincingness

[ kuh n-vin-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF convincingness
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She could not wind up "to be a consolation to her husband" with any convincingness.

I dare say that he would justify the device with great skill and convincingness.

And a fresh break is made in Mr. Masefield's convincingness.

His plays are situations embodying conclusions, simple, or indeed "obvious" in their convincingness.

Both wars demonstrate the same principles, though in unequal degrees of convincingness.

That had shown with a convincingness that she had not known before how her cousin was knitted into Edward's heart.

The result is that impressiveness and that convincingness which can come from nothing but perfect sincerity.

Milton, too, describes an Inferno, but it lacks the convincingness of one who has seen it for himself.

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