Definition of Reconvincing

1. reconvince [v] - See also: reconvince



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconvincing

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reconveyance
reconveyances
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reconveying
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reconvict
reconvicted
reconvicting
reconviction
reconvictions
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reconvince
reconvinced
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reconvincing (current term)
reconvocation
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recook
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recooper
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Literary usage of Reconvincing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mormonism: Its Leaders and Designs by John Hyde (1857)
"... to be actively employed in the ministry might waken up my old confidence; that in the effort to convince others, I might succeed in reconvincing myself. ..."

2. University Sermons by Henry Sloane Coffin (1914)
"It kept convincing and reconvincing us; and there was nothing for us but to lie easily and confidently, saying, "I am held; I cannot think in any other way. ..."

3. University Sermons by Henry Sloane Coffin (1914)
"It kept convincing and reconvincing us; and there was nothing for us but to lie easily and confidently, saying, "I am held; I cannot think in any other way. ..."

4. The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany (1836)
"Possessing this sentiment of natural belief,' says he, ' we are not now under the necessity of reconvincing ourselves that the operations of na ture, ..."

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