Conviction [noun]

Definition of Conviction:

belief, opinion

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Sentence/Example of Conviction:

Founders described needing conviction in their decisions and preserving carved out time for their own information processing.

In such a counterfactual scenario, we would have moral grounds for cruelty, which runs counter to our deepest moral convictions.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice have already levied cases against possible fraudsters, and as of a June 9 report, nearly 100 cases had been initiated since the program’s rollout, some already leading to convictions.

I spent a couple of hours yesterday in off-the-record conversations with members of Fortune’s CEO Initiative, which reinforced my conviction that critics from both sides miss the mark.

This conviction usually lasts about 24 hours until, after another night of horrible sleep, the idea of running eight miles before breakfast is about as appealing as lighting myself on fire.

He can be firm in his convictions while making a counter-argument gently.

If the same party does not control the House and the Senate, it may be challenging to reach a conviction.

Her eyes, for a moment, fixed themselves with a horrid conviction of a wide and nameless treachery.

The only thing that at all tended to shake this conviction, was the extraordinary poltroonery of our new captive.

It was their firm conviction that the system under which we live was, in its broad outline, a system of even justice.