- 1Capable of causing someone to believe that something is true or real: there is no convincing evidence that advertising influences total alcohol consumptionMore example sentences
cogent, persuasive, powerful, potent, strong, forceful, compelling, irresistible, telling, conclusive, incontrovertible, unanswerable, incontestable, unassailable; sound, well founded, plausible, credible, believable, carrying conviction, likely, probable
- There is no real convincing evidence for this, yet it was cited as one of the main anti-legalisation arguments for years.
- It is unlikely that a figure will emerge in the next few months capable of posing a convincing challenge to the incumbent.
- This study provides convincing evidence that upping our intake of fish oils is likely to offer considerable health benefits in the long term.
- 1.1(Of a victory or a winner) leaving no margin of doubt; clear: Wales cruised to a convincing win over IrelandMore example sentences
decisive, conclusive, impressive, emphatic, resounding
- Last year the Tories won a convincing victory to take one of Labour's three seats, and will be hoping to take another this time round.
- Alternating in power with FitzGerald, he won a convincing victory in 1987.
- Despite the convincing victory, Lula's road to the presidential palace was long and bumpy.
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- Not all of this is convincingly incorporated into the fabric of the novel.
- This moving and strange story is convincingly and vividly imagined.
- But the circumstantial evidence appears to stack up convincingly against competing.