Meaning of convincible in English:

convincible

adjective

See convince

‘You have to rethink on your presentation to be more convincible, or you will surely be considered as an mouth piece of an organization and nothing more.’
  • ‘Freddie Prinze, Jr. would not make a convincible Fred, as characterised in the show.’
  • ‘Whatever else may be said of Peter Reith - and I particularly liked the Treasurer's comment in Parliament last week that he is ‘a very convincible fellow’ - it has to be conceded he is persistent.’
  • ‘Well that's not going to be very convincible; he probably knows by now what I've done.’