she was not entirely convinced of the soundness of his motives
I am convinced the war will be over in a matter of months
Firm in one's belief, esp. with regard to a particular cause or issue
a convinced pacifist
convinced(p): persuaded of; very sure; "were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"; "I am positive he is lying"; "was confident he would win"
having a strong belief or conviction; "a convinced and fanatical pacifist"
(convince) convert: make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; "He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product"
(Convincement) Religious conversion is the adoption of new religious beliefs that differ from the convert's previous beliefs. It involves a new religious identity, or a change from one religious identity to another. Conversion requires internalization of the new belief system. ...
In a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily
(convince) To make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence; To overcome, conquer, vanquish; To confute (someone); to prove (someone) wrong; to overcome (someone) in argument
(CONVINCE) To argue with someone to convince them to agree with or believe in certain things. To bring by the use of argument or evidence to firm belief or a course of action.
(convince) v. ~ sb make sb feel certain; cause sb to realize
(Convincement) a discovery of truth, as in "Quaker by convincement", one who has become convinced of the truth of the Quaker way. It is used to describe anybody who joins the Society. Compare with birthright.
(convincement) Quaker term for what is more widely called in Christianity a "conversion experience." From Lancaster PA Quakers: "Early Friends spoke of their coming to Quakerism as being 'convinced of Truth'. ...
made to do, believe, or feel certain about something