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- adv. In a convincing manner; with conviction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. in a convincing manner; in a manner to compel assent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a convincing manner; in a manner to compel assent, or to leave no room for doubt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a convincing manner
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Magnus Carlsen produces a superb performance to take the title convincingly and his rating over 2800!
I have posted elsewhere the suggestion that Rep. Pelosi and Sen. Byrd, the speaker - and president pro tem-elects, respectively, co-sponsor a bill to repeal the present Succession in Office Act (which Yale professor Akhil Reed Amar argues, altogether convincingly, is unconstitutional) and return to the pre-1947 Act, whereby next in line to the VP is the secretary of state.
A chilling vision of a dystopian 1987 where the government has cracked down on the private ownership of gold, and less convincingly, is caught up in an interminable foreign war.
To write convincingly from the perspective of a person who is very unlike you.
"We needed to win convincingly to show that we're the No. 1 team in the nation."
"Nobody, " I called convincingly as we turned the bend of the tunnel.
His debut season for PSG's Under 16's saw the Parisian's lift the League title convincingly as the starlet averaged almost a goal a game.
I had an editor offer the opinion that it was a challenge for someone of one gender to write convincingly from the point of view of the other, and that I hadn’t done a convincing job of it.
Look for the Terps to win convincingly, 31-17, with one of Wake Forest’s touchdowns coming in garbage time.
"That's because most or all of what I've said appears true to you, and because you know you can't lie convincingly, which is why you were picked for this impossible duty assignment."