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Similar words: persuadepervasiveversusmassiveeffusiveoffensivederisiveexclusiveMeaning: [pər'sweɪsɪv /pə-]  adj. 1. tending or intended or having the power to induce action or belief 2. capable of convincing. 
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(1) The writer aerateed his writing with a persuasive colloquialism.
(2) His analysis is in many ways highly persuasive.
(3) He made a persuasive argument.
(4) Trevor can be very persuasive.
(5) I was hyped up by his persuasive remarks.
(6) The evidence was not really persuasive enough.
(7) Your arguments are very persuasive.
(8) Few were able to resist this charismatic and persuasive leader.
(9) I can be very persuasive when I want to be.
(10) There is a persuasive argument that it was not.
(11) He's a very persuasive man.
(12) We found no persuasive evidence of illegal activity.
(13) The blisters were hurting and the men persuasive.
(14) He made a persuasive case for making the changes.
(15) But Stan is a very persuasive fellow.
(16) Diane can be very persuasive.
(17) This could be a persuasive argument against agency.
(18) He is a very persuasive speaker.
(19) So persuasive she could consider diverting into management consultancy.
(20) Even more persuasive are small angle neutron scattering studies.
(21) He was, in any case(, very persuasive.
(22) He can be very persuasive.
(23) The persuasive power of these latter voices is astonishing.
(24) He was so persuasive, and the salary was twice what I had been getting.
(25) Of course, the propounding may be very persuasive and the teacher needs to be wary.
(26) But their other argument is possibly more persuasive: it's that farm saving is not an easy option.
(27) Findings suggest that while television is more informative than the press, it is less persuasive.
(28) His arguments in favour of a new school are very persuasive.
(29) But the core of Labour's complaint is that the press influenced its readers by lies and distortions rather than by persuasive argument.
(30) But because it was idealistic it was the more persuasive when he preached it to his young contemporaries.
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