Synonyms of 'convince'
1 assureDictionary, persuade, satisfyI soon convinced him of my innocence.
2 persuadeDictionary, induce, coaxHe convinced her to go ahead and marry Bud.
The use of convince to talk about persuading someone to do something is considered by many British speakers to be wrong or unacceptable. It would be preferable to use an alternative such as persuade or talk into.
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If you coax someone into doing something, you gently try to persuade them to do it.
After lunch she coaxed him into talking about himself.
If you induce someone to do something, you persuade or influence them to do it.
I would do anything to induce them to stay.
To satisfy someone that something is true or has been done properly means to convince them by giving them more information or by showing them what has been done.
He has to satisfy us that real progress will be made.
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Thesaurus for convince from the Collins English Thesaurus
If someone or something convinces you of something, they make you believe that it is true or that it exists .