Additionally impressive is that an Australian can write so convincingly in the idiom of a country so different from her own.
This is not question that can be convincingly answered by abstract reasoning, or by information collected under prohibition.
Gary Becker has convincingly argued that racial discrimination is economically irrational.
In Willpower, Baumeister and Tierney convincingly describe another addendum: willpower depends on glucose as an energy source.
He not only articulated the need for Americans to actively engage in world markets, clearly and convincingly.
Mrs. Congdon, altogether lovely and bearing all the marks of breeding, had lied quite as convincingly as Sally Walker.
How convincingly this speaks to women, "Be not ashamed of anything, but to be ashamed."
Never has the unity and character of the book been demonstrated so convincingly and conclusively.
"If it had been, Mr. Brown, he would have told me," she said convincingly.
This may be convincingly evidenced divers ways, particularly from, 1.