Synonyms of persuasion in English:

persuasion

noun

  • 1 Monica needed plenty of persuasion before she actually left
    coaxing, persuading, coercion, inducement, convincing, blandishment, encouragement, urging, prompting, inveiglement, temptation, cajolery, enticement, wheedling, pressure, moral pressure
    rare suasion
  • 2 varying political and religious persuasions
    group, grouping, sect, denomination, party, camp, side, faction, religion, cult, affiliation, school of thought, belief, creed, credo, faith, philosophy
  • 3 she entertained a strong persuasion that her brother would one day return
    belief, opinion, conviction, faith, certainty, certitude, view
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