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Definition of "convincingly" []

  • Credible or plausible (adjective)
  • Persuading by evidence or argument (adjective)
  • In a convincing manner; with conviction. (adverb)

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Use "convincingly" in a sentence
  • "Magnus Carlsen produces a superb performance to take the title convincingly and his rating over 2800!"
  • "I have posted elsewhere the suggestion that Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Byrd, the speaker - and president pro tem-elects, respectively, co-sponsor a bill to repeal the present Succession in Office Act (which Yale professor Akhil Reed Amar argues, altogether convincingly, is unconstitutional) and return to the pre-1947 Act, whereby next in line to the VP is the secretary of state."
  • "A chilling vision of a dystopian 1987 where the government has cracked down on the private ownership of gold, and less convincingly, is caught up in an interminable foreign war."
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