convinced


convinced
adj.
VERBS
appear, be, feel, seem, sound
become

She became convinced that something was wrong.

remain
ADVERB
absolutely, completely, fully, quite, thoroughly, totally, utterly
deeply, firmly
increasingly
almost
by no means (esp. BrE), not altogether, not entirely, not fully, not quite
fairly
half

She was still only half convinced.

apparently
PREPOSITION
of

He was convinced of her innocence.


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  • convinced — convinced; un·convinced; …   English syllables

  • convinced — index affirmative, categorical, certain (positive), definite, indubious, inexorable, positive (co …   Law dictionary

  • convinced — con|vinced [kənˈvınst] adj 1.) [not before noun] feeling certain that something is true ▪ Molly agreed, but she did not sound very convinced. be convinced (that) ▪ I was convinced that we were doing the right thing. convinced of ▪ Researchers are …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • convinced — adjective 1 be convinced to feel certain that something is true: Molly agreed, but she did not sound very convinced. | I was convinced that we were doing the right thing. | convinced of sth: We are all convinced of his innocence. | convinced… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • convinced — adj. 1) absolutely, completely, firmly, thoroughly convinced 2) convinced that + clause (we are convinced that our project will succeed) * * * [kən vɪnst] completely firmly thoroughly convinced absolutely convinced that + clause (we are convinced …   Combinatory dictionary

  • convinced — con|vinced [ kən vınst ] adjective * certain that something is true: Despite all my father s arguments, I still wasn t convinced. convinced (that): I am not completely convinced he understood the gravity of the situation. convinced of: Millions… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • convinced — [[t]kənvɪ̱nst[/t]] ♦♦♦ ADJ: usu v link ADJ, usu ADJ that, ADJ of n If you are convinced that something is true, you feel sure that it is true. He was convinced that I was part of the problem... He became convinced of the need for cheap editions… …   English dictionary

  • convinced */ — UK [kənˈvɪnst] / US adjective certain that something is true Despite all my father s arguments, I still wasn t convinced. convinced (that): I am not completely convinced he understood the gravity of the situation. convinced of: Millions of… …   English dictionary

  • convinced — adjective 1. persuaded of; very sure (Freq. 10) were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join I am positive he is lying was confident he would win • Syn: ↑positive, ↑confident • …   Useful english dictionary

  • Convinced — Convince Con*vince , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Convinced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Convincing}.] [L. convincere, victum, to refute, prove; con + vincere to conquer. See {Victor}, and cf. {Convict}.] 1. To overpower; to overcome; to subdue or master. [Obs.]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English