Definition of Reconvince
1. convince [v -VINCED, -VINCING, -VINCES] - See also: convince
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Literary usage of Reconvince
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Studies in Literature by Edward Dowden (1895)
"... no longer to exist in relation to him, and he had to reconvince himself of its existence by clasping a tree, or something that happened to be near him. ..."
2. The Monthly Religious Magazine (1866)
"said himself that he was often so rapt into the world of ideas that the external world seemed not to be, and he had to reconvince himself of its existence ..."
3. Equal Pay for Equal Work: The Story of the Struggle for Justice Being Made by Grace Charlotte Strachan (1910)
"Now, there is a fallacy there; and I am disposed to believe that if we are so fortunate as to reconvince the legislature, that we will have an additional ..."
4. At One with the Invisible: Studies in Mysticism by Elias Hershey Sneath (1921)
"... of ideas that the external world seemed no longer to exist in relation to him, and he had to reconvince himself of its existence by clasping a tree, ..."