WORD ORIGIN

Mid-16th century (in the sense ‘overcome, defeat in argument’): from Latin convincere, from con- ‘with’ + vincere ‘conquer’—the source also of convict (Late Middle English), evict (early 16th century), vanquish (Middle English), victory (Middle English), etc.

convict(ion),  convinced,  convincing(ly),  unconvinced,  unconvincing(ly)
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