In a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily.(adjective)
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.""