Synonyms of persuasion in English:

persuasion


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See Spanish definition of persuasión

noun

1‘Monica needed plenty of persuasion before she actually left’

SYNONYMS
coaxing, persuading, coercion, inducement, convincing, blandishment, encouragement, urging, prompting, inveiglement, temptation, cajolery, enticement, wheedling, pressure, moral pressure
informal sweet-talking, smooth-talking, soft-soaping, arm-twisting
rare suasion

2‘varying political and religious persuasions’

SYNONYMS
group, grouping, sect, denomination, party, camp, side, faction, religion, cult, affiliation, school of thought, belief, creed, credo, faith, philosophy

3‘she entertained a strong persuasion that her brother would one day return’

SYNONYMS
belief, opinion, conviction, faith, certainty, certitude, view