suasive

[ swey-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF suasive

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Oliver Goldsmith was the most pure and suasive spirit of his age.

Ministers of religion as well as physicians have always wielded with authority the suasive power.

He had the most suasive, genial, and gentlemanly comedy manner conceivable, and was never for a minute away from the footlights.

So spoke the great advocate with suasive eloquence—with eloquence dangerously suasive as regarded his own happiness.

Though certainly not gifted with the imaginative powers of a poetic bard of Rajpootana, their suasive influence is very telling.

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