verb (used with object), convinced, convincing.
to move by argument or evidence to belief, agreement, consent, or a course of action:
to convince a jury of his guilt; A test drive will convince you that this car handles well.
to persuade; cajole:
We finally convinced them to have dinner with us.
Obsolete. to prove or find guilty.
Obsolete. to overcome; vanquish.
not convinced or persuaded: I remain unconvinced
(may take a clause as object) to make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; persuade
(mainly US) to persuade (someone) to do something
to prove guilty
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adjective 1. persuading or assuring by argument or evidence: They gave a convincing demonstration of the car’s safety features. 2. appearing worthy of belief; plausible: The excuse was not convincing. unconvincing /ˌʌnkənˈvɪnsɪŋ/ adjective 1. not credible or plausible adjective 1. credible or plausible 2. (mainly law) persuading by evidence or argument
adjective 1. persuading or assuring by argument or evidence: They gave a convincing demonstration of the car’s safety features. 2. appearing worthy of belief; plausible: The excuse was not convincing. adjective 1. credible or plausible 2. (mainly law) persuading by evidence or argument
adjective 1. not cooked; raw: a dessert made with uncooked eggs. adjective 1. not cooked; raw: uncooked meat or fish
adjective, Slang. 1. not self-assured or relaxed: He felt very uncool, making a speech to strangers. 2. not sophisticated or worldly-wise. adjective (slang) 1. unsophisticated; unfashionable 2. excitable; tense; not cool Uncle Tom noun phrase A black man who emulates or adopts the behavior of the white majority; a servile black man; afro-saxon, oreo [1922+ […]