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Definition of "convinced" []

  • Completely sure (adjective)
  • Committed to a belief or way of doing something (adjective)
  • In a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily. (adjective)

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  • Simple past tense and past participle of convince. (verb)

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Use "convinced" in a sentence
  • "If you are not convinced, I have little doubt but that I am wrong; and in fact I was only _half convinced_ by my own arguments, and I now think there is about an even chance that"
  • "While Kinane believes he could have continued at the top level, his achievements this term convinced him to bow out at the top of his game."
  • "Levitt explains how the other principals of the Working Group -- former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin -- convinced him that Born's attempt to regulate the risky derivatives market could lead to financial turmoil, a conclusion he now believes was "clearly a mistake.""