convincingly


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con·vinc·ing

 (kən-vĭn′sĭng)
adj.
1. Serving to convince; persuasive or believable: a convincing argument; a convincing manner. See Synonyms at valid.
2. Showing clearly the excellence or superiority of a competitor: won in convincing fashion.

con·vinc′ing·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.convincingly - in a convincing manner; "he argued convincingly"
unconvincingly - in an unconvincing manner; "he argued unconvincingly"
Translations

convincingly

[kənˈvɪnsɪŋlɪ] ADVde forma convincente

convincingly

[kənˈvɪnsɪŋli] advde façon convaincante

convincingly

[kənˈvɪnsɪŋlɪ] adv (see adj) → in modo convincente, nettamente
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The text was, `He hath made everything beautiful in its season;' and he showed how all the orders and distinctions in society came from God; and that it was so appropriate, you know, and beautiful, that some should be high and some low, and that some were born to rule and some to serve, and all that, you know; and he applied it so well to all this ridiculous fuss that is made about slavery, and he proved distinctly that the Bible was on our side, and supported all our institutions so convincingly.
His prompt reply to all complaints and remonstrances was--the butt-end of a handspike, so convincingly administered as effectually to silence the aggrieved party.
There was never any knowing with what new detail he was about to embellish it: and I have still to receive full credit for the tact that it required to follow his erratic lead convincingly.
Never had he been actually nearer to her, and never had she been more convincingly remote.
His blue eyes were coldly blue and convincingly sincere.
It may always be asked whether a writer of Romance makes his world seem convincingly real as we read or whether he frankly abandons all plausibility.
We should consider whether he makes them (1) merely caricatures, or (2) type characters, standing for certain general traits of human nature but not convincingly real or especially significant persons, or (3) genuine individuals with all the inconsistencies and half-revealed tendencies that in actual life belong to real personality.
I was proud that it did mean something to me, and for the first time in a weary while I was convincingly conscious of a superiority over him.
Why, to be sure, it'll start from the bottom and go up and go up, and come out so," the carpenter said obstinately and convincingly.
At the moment he looked to me convincingly tired, gone slack all over, like a man who has passed through some sort of crisis.
And who,' he added convincingly, must be a low- minded thief, you know, or he never could have conducted himself as he did.
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