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But he wished an immediate solution. They had abandoned their seats, going slowly toward the rue des Mathurins. Julio was speaking with a trembling and persuasive eloquence. Tomorrow? No, now.
'And he said he wanted an answer, did he?' asked Mr Pecksniff in his most persuasive manner.
It was very persuasive. It was like balm.
It was Ivan Ivanitch, and his cry was not babbling and persuasive as usual, but a wild, shrill, unnatural scream like the squeak of a door opening.
No more did people see the persuasive crooked finger thrust at them or hear the rasping croaking voice.
You're very persuasive.
You're very persuasive
Nancy was very persuasive when she liked.
You're very persuasive in person.
The weak point of this book is that it's less than persuasive when the married author recommends not being married.
intended or having the power to induce action or belief: glib, smooth-tongued, glib-tongued, convincing, coaxing, cogent, compelling, ingratiatory, telling, weighty