suasory

suasory

(ˈsweɪzərɪ)
adj
another word for suasive
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I mean those scholars who contemplate the nature and processes of language and language-users, especially language with suasory impact.
merely informative but also suasory, "a speech in miniature"
A different perspective is offered by Klingle and Burgoon (1995), who suggest that the relationship is indirectly causal, such that "Adequate satisfaction with the interaction and favorable provider evaluations determine the reward value of the communicator, which influences the effectiveness of suasory attempts" (p.
Both Republicans and Democrats have drawn heavily from a common reservoir of patriotic imagery, and have utilized similar suasory appeals, to beckon Americans toward a worthier enactment of shared national imperatives.