Meaning of convincible in English:



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.’