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Meanings and phrases
- having a strong belief or conviction
- persuaded of; very sure; positive; confident
- Blake became convinced that Palombini was the most dangerous threat.
- I became convinced that Potter was guilty of the crime he was condemning".
- Godber became convinced that a state-funded health service based on need was required.
- The court was not convinced of conspiracy by this evidence.
- These arguments have not convinced the majority of scholars, however.
- Police officer Vijay falls in love with Ganga but she is not convinced.
- He becomes convinced they are seeing each other.
- In the aftermath, Jai becomes convinced he is invincible.
- She becomes convinced when she sees Casey's cache of weapons.
- He eventually convinced her.
- Through coercion and threats, he eventually convinced Diocletian to comply with his plan.
- Lubitsch hesitated about making it, but Pickford eventually convinced him to work on the project.
- Agrippa finally convinced Caligula to reverse the order.
- Lysimachus finally convinced the people to surrender, and Alexander peacefully entered the city.
- The Empress has become convinced of Pyotr's innocence and has ordered his release.
- By this time, the young wife has become convinced that it is her husband that she loves after all.
- By 1953, Clark had become convinced that Tuerpe had married him for his money, and he sought an annulment.
- I am convinced it would be fatal for the Labour Party."
- I am convinced that I found this security in the Qur'an.
- I am convinced that this is the right step for my career."