persuasive

[Adjective] A description of someone or something that is very good at getting you to agree to something.
Example: John was so persuasive that Angela did his homework for him.
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persuasive

[adj] - tending or intended or having the power to induce action or belief 2. [adj] - capable of convincing
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Persuasive

Per·sua'sive adjective [ Confer French persuasif .] Tending to persuade; having the power of persuading; as, persuasive eloquence. ' Persuasive words.' Milton.
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Persuasive

Per·sua'sive noun That which persuades; an inducement; an incitement; an exhortation. -- Per*sua'sive*ly , adverb -- Per*sua'sive*ness , noun
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persuasive

adjective capable of convincing; `a persuasive argument`; `the evidence is persuasive but not conclusive`
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persuasive

adjective tending or intended or having the power to induce action or belief; `persuasive eloquence`; `a most persuasive speaker`
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Persuasive

• (n.) That which persuades; an inducement; an incitement; an exhortation. • (a.) Tending to persuade; having the power of persuading; as, persuasive eloquence.
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persuasive

Having the power to influence. Most audit evidence is persuasive, but not conclusive.
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