Another word for persuade
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These verbs mean to succeed in causing a person to do or consent to something. Persuade means to win someone over, as by reasoning or personal forcefulness: Nothing could persuade her to change her mind. To induce is to lead, as to a course of action, by means of influence or persuasion: “Pray what could induce him to commit so rash an action?” (Oliver Goldsmith). One prevails on somebody who resists: “He had prevailed upon the king to spare them” (Daniel Defoe). To convince is to persuade by the use of argument or evidence: The sales clerk convinced me that the car was worth the price.
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To succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way:argue into, bring, bring around (or round), convince, get, induce, prevail on (or upon), sell (on), talk into. See persuasion
To cause (another) to believe or feel sure about something:assure, convince, satisfy, win over. See persuasion