persuade


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Synonyms for persuade

talk (someone) into

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convince

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Synonyms for persuade

to succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

to cause (another) to believe or feel sure about something

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The words no longer simply mean to persuade someone of the value of what you are offering.
So instead of excuses and trying to persuade people, just get on and do the job the SNP are elected and well paid to do - and that is govern.
He had been constantly frustrated at his inability to persuade any health ministers anywhere that that was a good idea, and so he, as he once described it to me, found me unique from this point of view, in being somebody that actually agreed with him on this, and might want to deliver it.
The Persuade Curv integrated lavatory mimics the natural design lines of the toilet, combining ample ledge space for grooming products with a deep rinse basin.
The government is also starting an ad campaign to persuade Ghanaians to treat African-Americans more like long-lost relatives than as rich tourists: Many black American visitors find that Africans treat them, and even refer to them, the same way as white tourists.
In that case, the court applied the Skidmore deference factors outlined in Mead to find that the revenue ruling at issue possessed the power to persuade and should be followed.
However, they had to persuade the racecourses that this was a good idea, so they employed the best marketing team that money could buy, and somehow, by giving away umbrellas and blankets and spending a few pounds sponsoring races .
I have spoken and tried to persuade -- even brought them to Malaysia to see that in Malaysia democracy is not hurting me at all.
That will come as a massive boost to manager Graeme Souness, who insisted from his first day in the job that he would do all he could to persuade the Magpies captain to delay his retirement.
And now the industry faces the prospect of such labelling--unless it can work together to persuade government and the FSA that labels with guideline daily amounts are a better alternative.
We all have had occasions where we wanted, like Moses, to straighten God out, to persuade God to "Intervene already
The Republican candidate to be United States senator from Illinois was forced to withdraw when Tribune reporters persuaded a judge to unseal records of a child custody proceeding which showed that his wife had accused him of taking her to sex clubs and trying to persuade her to engage in sexual activities with other patrons watching.
Current communication theories urge writers and speakers to shape their communication, especially communication that aims to persuade, so that it is receiver-centered and therefore features a "you attitude.
A month later, published reports revealed a German plot to persuade Mexico to go to war against the U.
Maybe a concerted effort by merchants of fear and latter-day Cassandras could persuade American businesses that unless they buy a lot of new computers, servers and storage devices, three hackers in downtown Manila are going to shut down the Internet forever.