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  • EN [ pəˈsweɪʒn]
  • US [ pərˈsweɪʒn]

English definition


  • 1. the act of persuading (or attempting to persuade); communication intended to induce belief or action

  • 2. a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty;

    • "my opinion differs from yours"
    • "what are your thoughts on Haiti?"
  • 3. inducement to act by argument or reasoning or entreaty

Example sentences

  • Television is the most powerful persuasion that man has ever created.

  • My voice alternately lashed out in rage and purred in soft persuasion.

  • It depends on the exasperating and uncertain instruments of persuasion and democratic decision making.

  • Persuasion of a person is not very easy.

  • All our persuasion was of no use . This is a matter of personal secret.

  • He is not of their persuasion.

  • It is my persuasion that such people should not be allowed to enter this country.

  • Exertion of authority over others is not always wise; persuasion may be better.

  • Proper use of causal connectives will enhance the and persuasion of English writing.

  • Finally, from these angles we analyze Wang's persuasion art and expound the processes of rational argumentation.

  • Innovation is the soul of a design bearing its ultimate goal of influence and persuasion.

  • KJV This persuasion cometh not of him that calleth you.

  • Even administrative regulations must be accompanied by persuasion and education.

  • It is my private persuasion that he is right.

  • If he dummies up, just try a little persuasion.

  • After nearly two hours of police persuasion, to appease the man basic emotional stability.

  • It was after much persuasion that we got him round to our views.

  • Two more ( Northanger Abbey and Persuasion ) were published posthumously the following year.

  • He decided to leave only after much persuasion.

  • After a lot of persuasion, he finally acquiesced.

  • All our persuasion was of no use.

  • And sometimes talksb . also to win sb . over by persuasion.

  • Their research shows that persuasion is governed by several principles that can be taught and applied.

  • It depends on exasperating and uncertain instruments of persuasion and democratic decision making.

  • In her last published novel Persuasion, she again shows her claim for authority of voice.

  • It didn't take much persuasion to get her to tell us where he was.

  • It was an object lesson in how to use television as a means of persuasion.

  • She was using all her powers of persuasion to induce the Griffins to remain in Rollway.

  • Only after much persuasion from Ellis had she agreed to hold a show at all.

  • Fortunately for me, my kids are of the persuasion that their failings are of their own making.


Meaning of persuasion

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