convincingness


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Noun1.convincingness - the power of argument or evidence to cause belief
persuasiveness, strength - the power to induce the taking of a course of action or the embracing of a point of view by means of argument or entreaty; "the strength of his argument settled the matter"
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It's my property," the latter asserted with an air of legal convincingness.
It almost seemed to the captain that the blissful moment had already arrived, such was the persuasive convincingness of McCoy.
Judgments of logical soundness and pragmatic convincingness as related to standard 3 component syllogisms and to enthymemes.
Ammons registers his sense of the cost of any more organized religion with a glance at Stevens: "if truth is colorless, fictions / need be supreme, real supreme with hot-shot convincingness / and lashes laid on lavishly for the doubter" (57.
He was nimble not slick and his eloquent convincingness was bolstered by efficient manipulation (he was even acquainted with hypnosis).