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a leg to stand on a valid or convincing basis for a point of view.
believable able to be believed; credible; convincing. [2 definitions]
characterization the creation of convincing, realistic characters in fictional writing or drama. [1/3 definitions]
cogent convincing, or compelling by virtue of a strong argument or clear presentation.
compelling powerfully convincing. [1/2 definitions]
forcible very convincing. [1/3 definitions]
suasion the act or an instance of persuading or convincing.
trompe l'oeil a painting or sculpture in which the illusions of three-dimensionality and tactile reality are so convincing that the viewer may not be sure if what is seen is real or represented. [1/2 definitions]
unconvincing combined form of convincing.
weak not persuasive or convincing. [1/7 definitions]
well-supported accompanied by ample and convincing evidence or reasoning.