Having the power to persuade or convince; persuasive.(adjective)
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Use "suasive" in a sentence
"This means that no suasive grounds in reason exist that would also make it plausible."
"The virtue of AOA as opposed to OA is that AOA is sufficiently suasive to ensure economic commitment and participation."
"About the best one can say for it is that it depends on substantial and moot principles of Aristotelian metaphysics, and, in any case, as a suasive argument, begs the question."