Reconviction



noun
1.
a fixed or firm belief:
No clever argument, no persuasive fact or theory could make a dent in his conviction in the rightness of his position.
2.
the act of convicting someone, as in a court of law; a declaration that a person is guilty of an offense.
3.
the state of being convicted.
4.
the act of convincing a person by argument or evidence.
5.
the state of being convinced.
noun
1.
the state or appearance of being convinced
2.
a fixed or firmly held belief, opinion, etc
3.
the act of convincing
4.
the act or an instance of convicting or the state of being convicted
5.
carry conviction, to be convincing
see: courage of one’s convictions

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