conviction (Meaning)

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conviction (n)

an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence

(criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed

conviction Sentence Examples

  1. With unwavering conviction, she stood up for what she believed was right.
  2. His conviction in the importance of education drove him to pursue a career as a teacher.
  3. Despite facing challenges, she approached every task with determination and conviction.
  4. The defendant's conviction was based on compelling evidence presented during the trial.
  5. Her strong moral convictions guided her actions and decisions throughout her life.
  6. The politician spoke with conviction, inspiring the audience with her vision for a better future.
  7. He faced adversity with courage and conviction, refusing to back down from his principles.
  8. The jury deliberated carefully before reaching a verdict of guilty, leading to the defendant's conviction.
  9. His conviction in the power of kindness motivated him to volunteer at the local homeless shelter.
  10. She approached her work with passion and conviction, striving to make a positive impact in the world.

FAQs About the word conviction

an unshakable belief in something without need for proof or evidence, (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is im

satisfaction, confidence,certainty, assurance, cocksureness, sureness, positiveness,certitude, determination, face

uncertainty, hesitation, hesitation,doubt, uncertainty, doubt, hesitancy, incertitude, suspicion, disbelief

With unwavering conviction, she stood up for what she believed was right.

His conviction in the importance of education drove him to pursue a career as a teacher.

Despite facing challenges, she approached every task with determination and conviction.

The defendant's conviction was based on compelling evidence presented during the trial.