Examples of convincing in a Sentence
Your argument isn't very convincing.
They make a convincing case for reform.
There is no convincing evidence to support his theory.
Recent Examples of convincing from the Web
The simple answers (money, power, prestige, danger) don’t seem convincing.
The war criminal’s detached dinner table chat about his research into the most time-efficient way to kill Jewish children is terrifyingly convincing.
Despite the convincing score line, Germany goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen was kept busy.
Can a native New Yorker do a convincing rendition of John F. Kennedy's iconic Boston accent?
VR makes the unreal real, using computer software and hardware that responds to our body’s movements to immerse us in a convincing alternate existence.
The 3.0-liter engine makes a convincing argument that Bayerische Motoren Werke hasn’t entirely left its roots behind.
The judge sought clear and convincing evidence that Patrick would show up for future court appearance and not pose a danger to society.
Fine performers, too, throughout the season from Eli Balan, Michelle Malley, David Tamen, Liam Berko, Max Gotlin, and Matthew and Jonathan Gaynor helped Nautilus win all their regular season matches in convincing fashion.
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First Known Use of convincing
Synonym Discussion of convincing
CONVINCING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of convincing for English Language Learners
: causing someone to believe that something is true or certain
of a victory : easily achieved : clearly showing that one person or team is better than the other
CONVINCING Defined for Kids
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