Persuasion

Pronunciation of Persuasion
/pəswˈe͡ɪʒən/, /pəswˈe‍ɪʒən/, /p_ə_s_w_ˈeɪ_ʒ_ə_n/

Antonyms for persuasion:

dissuasion, disbelief.

Synonyms for persuasion:

Sense 1

inducement, buyable, corruptible, Luring, religion, alluring, stimulus, payola, charmer, habit, blandish, soft soap, strong-arm, Enticer, voodoo, spellbind, brainwashing, Inveigling, indoctrination, Allurer, Boodle, come-hither, fillip, dragoon, certainty, Inveigler, lurer, prompting.

Sense 2

bewitching, inviting, purchasable, creed, tempt, dissuade, persuasive, encouragement, coax, hijack, seducer, bewitch, sect, wheedle, seductive, nourishment, seduce, payoff, cajole, enticing, tempter, convincing, blackjack, faith, deter, inveigle, cogent, venal, bribe, convince, induce, enthrall, witching, enchant, pressure.

Sense 3

coerce, allure, persuade, church, entice, buy, communion, stimulant, graft, tempting.

Sense 4

assure, sell, honey, telling, satisfactory, prod.

Sense 5

discourage, witch, divert, description, confession.

Sense 6

bring, win, mind.

Sense 7

prompt, satisfy.

Sense 8

manner, spur, nature, lot, argue.

Sense 15

push.

Sense 27

get.

argumentation

dialectic.

begging

urging.

guidance

advice.

spur

incentive.

Sense 2 (noun)

creed, faith, religion, conviction.

Sense 3 (noun)

prod, prompt, encouragement, mind, stimulant, stimulus, nourishment, spur, push.

Sense 4 (noun)

confession, sect.

Sense 5 (noun)

church, communion.

Sense 6 (noun)

lot, manner, nature, description.

belief (noun)

notion, opinion, view, conviction.

belief, religion (noun)

conviction, creed, opinion, sentiment, mind, faith, communion, cult, sect, school, feeling, credo, eye, denomination, view, church.

category (noun)

breed, species, line, style, make, taxonomy, phylum, rank, strain, designation, form, clan, class, step, mold, set, order, feather, series, people, kingdom, genus, grade, sort, ilk, genotype, denomination, race, classification, degree, label, stock, type, stripe, kind, stamp, brand, category, caste, level, Family, variety, grain.

communication (noun)

suasion.

influencing to do, believe (noun)

enticement, force, alluring, brainwashing, sell, soft soap, cogency, persuasiveness, inducement.

line (noun)

line.

persuading (noun)

urging.

persuasion (noun)

opinion, sentiment, enticement, induction, thought, view, influence, temptation, suasion.

religious belief (noun)

denomination.

school (noun)

school.

school of thought (noun)

sect.

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