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assure to say to with force or conviction in order to create trust or give confidence. [1/3 definitions]
attainder in law, the loss of civil rights following conviction for a major crime, esp. treason.
attaint to inflict the loss of civil rights on (someone) following conviction for a major crime. [2 definitions]
belief a strong opinion; conviction. [1/3 definitions]
believe to have a firm conviction or belief (in something being true or real). [1/6 definitions]
breast the bosom, when considered the center of emotion or personal conviction. [1/6 definitions]
court-martial a conviction by such a court. [1/4 definitions]
fainthearted lacking courage or conviction; timid.
faithless lacking religious faith or conviction. [1/3 definitions]
halting faltering or wavering due to lack of confidence, competence, or conviction. [1/2 definitions]
idea a theory, opinion, or conviction. [1/6 definitions]
infamous stripped of certain rights as a citizen upon conviction of certain crimes such as treason, or pertaining to crimes involving such a penalty. [1/2 definitions]
infamy the loss of certain rights as a citizen consequent upon conviction for crimes such as treason. [1/3 definitions]
milk-and-water lacking conviction; weak or insipid.
mission a particular task or self-imposed duty, often religious and performed with great conviction. [1/7 definitions]
mouth to utter with no conviction. [1/9 definitions]
namby-pamby shallow and without conviction; insipid. [1/3 definitions]
nolo contendere in law, a plea entered in a criminal case that the charges will not be contested, thus allowing the defendant's conviction without any admission of guilt.
pardon an official release from the punishment attending a crime or conviction. [1/7 definitions]
preconviction combined form of conviction.
prisoner a person held under close guard or restraint, esp. while on trial for a criminal offense, after conviction of a crime, or as an enemy during wartime. [1/2 definitions]