Convinces [verb]

Definition of Convinces:

gain the confidence of

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Sentence/Example of Convinces:

If there is one thing that convinces me that the story of the Tower of Babel is true, it is the names of the towns in Injy.

Your careless and conceited behaviour reassures me, and convinces me of my error.

There is another fact which convinces me that John Harlow was not yet very deeply in love with Janet.

The thug is aware that loudness convinces sixty persons where reasoning convinces but one.

We saw at his house the other night the first portrait of Schiller which convinces me of a likeness to him.

My experience at Indian treaties convinces me that reasonable cessions, upon proper terms, may at any time be procured.

He is quite confident of that; the manner of the waiters towards him convinces him that he was not recognized.

Their credulity increases the narrators shamelessness; his shamelessness convinces their credulity.

Slack drawing and impatience of method will always be pardoned in an illustrator, if his picture convinces.

A close examination of it convinces me that it is a book which can be read by every woman to her instruction and advantage.