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Spell check of convincing

Correct spelling: convincing

Synonyms:
creditable, acceptable, unmasking, hardball, charming, disenchanting, disillusioning, urging, persuading, persuasive, conclusive, forcefulness, showing, seducing, effective, exposing, moving, authentic, presumable, persuasion, comfortable, alluring, illustrating, satisfying, cajoling, believable, imploring, indoctrinating, enticing, flaunting, seductive, demonstrating, valid, selling, exhibiting, flourishing, hot, hotly, reasonable, faithful, possible, manifesting, true, probable, hopeful, compelling, competitive, decisive, satisfactory, likely, credible, inducing, swaying, dependable, impressive, unconvincing, displaying, enlisting, forceful, indicating, reliable, uncovering, influencing, smooth-talking, handsome, unveiling, coaxing, presenting, cogent, devastating, evincing, telling, authoritative, winning over, friendly, strong, tempting, plausible, trustworthy.

Antonyms:
inconsequential, shaky, insignificant, immaterial, invalid, unpersuasive, ineffective, feeble, unfounded, unimportant, unsound, indecisive, unconvincing, inconclusive, weak, irrelevant, uncompelling, groundless.

Examples of usage:

1) I have succeeded in convincing her Ladyship that I was right in leaving her! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) It was you that needed convincing. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

3) I found him much agitated; only after a long explanation, in which he followed me with difficulty, did I succeed in convincing him, that it must be so, that it was necessary that the day and night watches should be relieved. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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