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Definition of "convincible" [con•vin•ci•ble]

  • Capable of being convinced or won over. (adjective)
  • Capable of being and disproved by argument; refutable. (adjective)

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Use "convincible" in a sentence
  • "I think there are many people in the middle who are convincible."
  • "Now, to determine the day and year of this inevitable time, is not only convincible and statute madness, but also manifest impiety."
  • "The complexity is too subtle, too varied; the values are changing utterly with each lesion of vitality; it has begun to appear that we can learn nothing from the past with which to face the future — so we cease to be impulsive, convincible men, interested in what is ethically true by fine margins, we substitute rules of conduct for ideas of integrity, we value safety above romance, we become, quite unconsciously, pragmatic."
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