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These adjectives describe assertions, arguments, conclusions, reasons, or intellectual processes that are persuasive because they are well founded. What is valid is based on or borne out by truth or fact or has legal force: a valid excuse; a valid claim. What is sound is free from logical flaws or is based on valid reasoning: a sound theory; sound principles. Something cogent is both sound and compelling: cogent testimony; a cogent explanation. Convincing implies the power to dispel doubt or overcome resistance or opposition: convincing proof.
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Based on good judgment, reasoning, or evidence:cogent, just, solid, sound2, tight, well-founded, well-grounded. See good, reason
Worthy of belief, as because of precision or faithfulness to an original:authentic, authoritative, convincing, credible, faithful, true, trustworthy. See true