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- adj. In a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of convince.
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- adj. having a strong belief or conviction
- adj. persuaded of; very sure
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If you are not convinced, I have little doubt but that I am wrong; and in fact I was only _half convinced_ by my own arguments, and I now think there is about an even chance that
While Kinane believes he could have continued at the top level, his achievements this term convinced him to bow out at the top of his game.
Levitt explains how the other principals of the Working Group -- former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan and former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin -- convinced him that Born's attempt to regulate the risky derivatives market could lead to financial turmoil, a conclusion he now believes was "clearly a mistake."
We remain convinced that the proper course is for Congress to decide the scope of authority it wishes the FCC to have in this area.
But I remain convinced that some arts managers will be successful in building private philanthropy in Portugal and elsewhere.
Yet I remain convinced that TR is the key to understanding Alice.
Israel has a right to protect its citizens, but I remain convinced that military measures have only a limited role to play — a political and diplomatic resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the only way to stop the violence permanently and bring long-term stability to the region.
I remain convinced if I had fired another round it would have exploded.
Despite all this, I remain convinced that the best marketing is done via word-of-mouth.
I remain convinced that ultimately for Palin, a former public servant making $125,000 who is now a multimillionaire, it's all about the Benjamins.