convincing collocations and examples

 UK /kənˈvɪnsɪŋ/

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making you believe something


Adverbs frequently used with convincing
very: completely, entirely, extremely, thoroughly, totally, utterly, very, whollyAt the trial, the evidence was never wholly convincing.rather: pretty informal, quiteThe statistics are pretty convincing.not completely: not completely, not entirelyThe plot was full of twists and turns and not entirely convincing.
Nouns frequently used with convincing
answer, argument, case, evidence, explanation, proof, reason, storyThe report’s authors put together a convincing argument for new legislation.
Verbs frequently used with convincing
be, find something, look, make something, seam, soundYou may not find what I have said totally convincing.Her argument didn’t sound very convincing to me.
 
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