Definition of Conviction:
Strong beliefs or opinions.
A formal statement that a person convicted of a crime is made in court based on the decision of a jury or judge.
Following the conviction, the court heard the case, the result was requested by the prosecution and rejected by the defense.
Synonyms of Conviction
Cocksureness, Excommunication, Hopefulness, Sentiment, Faith, Trust, Security, Hubris, Proscription, Judgement, Certitude, Presumption, Hopeful prognosis, High hopes, Positiveness, Prayerful hope, Reliance, Promise, Hoping against hope, Persuasion, Confidence, Certainty, Stance, Mind, Pomposity, Overweening, Self-importance, Position, Steadfast faith, Settled belief, Poise, Arrogance, Hopes, Eye, Anathematizing, Self-reliance, Dependence, Position, Good cheer, Idea, Tenet, Judgment, Settled judgment, Doomed hope, Subjective certainty, Expectation, Death sentence, Hope, Denouncement, Cheerful expectation, Rap, Courage, Implicit belief, Self-confidence, Assuredness, Assumption, Aspiration, Persuasion, Pronouncement of guilt, Surety, Fervent hope, Overconfidence, Doctrine, Fixed opinion, Oversureness, Fair prospect, Well-grounded hope, Sentence, Overweeningness, Declaration of guilt, Assurance, Feeling, Sanguine expectation, Pride, Assured faith, Great expectations, View, Good hope, Death warrant, Confidentness, Unshaken confidence, Verdict of guilty, Dogma, Mature judgment, Prospects, Censure, Guilty verdict, Desire, Opinion, Prospect, Self-assurance, Damnation, Belief, Doom, Staunch belief, Sentence, Belief, Thought, Opinion, Denunciation, View, Hoping, Sureness, Condemnation
How to use Conviction in a sentence?
- He is proud to express his political beliefs.
- He had already been convicted of a similar crime.
Meaning of Conviction & Conviction Definition