persuasive

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  • Early research has found that low fear appeal strength was the most persuasive.
  • As a matter of fact I have made him more persuasive than he was. Cited from Oscar Wilde, Volume 2 (of 2), by Frank Harris
  • Persuasive writing is one of the most commonly used writing types in the world.
  • King made a persuasive argument for how his research would help develop the west.
  • And it was during this period that he took his persuasive powers to a national stage.
  • Had he said "for use after the war" he might have been more persuasive. Cited from Observations of an Orderly, by Ward Muir
  • She is also a highly persuasive girl and will not rest until she gets what she wants.
  • He is also very persuasive and he is not easy to break.
  • The fact is that some of these men are persuasive in themselves. Cited from Books and Persons, by Arnold Bennett
  • The persuasive music of the book agent was in his fine voice. Cited from Other Main-Travelled Roads, by Hamlin Garland
  • She is very persuasive and one of the most dangerous people in Spain.
  • These were useful skills, where being persuasive could lead to political power and economic wealth.
  • Yet even this critic thought the novel could have proved more persuasive.
  • She looked up quickly, her blue eyes very persuasive. Cited from The S. W. F. Club, by Caroline E. Jacobs
  • His voice was quiet and persuasive when he finally spoke. Cited from The Victim, by Thomas Dixon
  • She thought she could give up the prospect good as it was, won by that persuasive voice. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Salem, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • I had to use all my persuasive powers on her. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Fourth Year at Overton College, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • Audience members said it was not persuasive or simply too long.
  • They thus provide a particularly persuasive example of the importance of business history to the understanding of national and international history.
  • This, he argued, would have been more persuasive and would have produced less controversy.
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Meaning of persuasive

  • adjective Intended or having the power to induce action or belief
    persuasive eloquence, a most persuasive speaker, a persuasive argument