Ronald Reagan, whatever his failings, was a man of convictions.
In all, she provided intel used to get search warrants, arrests, and convictions in more than two dozen cases.
Their convictions for a brutal 1989 rape were vacated, but the five young black and Latino men are still fighting New York City.
People are stronger in their convictions on the issue than they are on most platforms that determine presidential elections.
I asked Senior Advisor David Axelrod once to what extent Obama was driven by his convictions.
Such discussions may not be necessary to strengthen the convictions of the great body of loyal citizens.
"He did not hide his convictions," Mashurina put in gloomily.
The study of Spinoza (whose works he translated) gave form to his convictions concerning human life.
At the age of twenty a man has a few prejudices but no convictions.
There are other instances, however, where convictions have resulted from such momentary glimpses.
mid-15c., "the proving of guilt," from Late Latin convictionem (nominative convictio) "proof, refutation," noun of action from past participle stem of convincere (see convince). Meaning "mental state of being convinced" is from 1690s; that of "firm belief, a belief held as proven" is from 1841.