"Yet, only to please me--just this once? " Sonetchka went on persuasively.
As a rule, Ivan Ivanitch was the first to wake up, and at once went up to Auntie or to the cat, twisting his neck, and beginning to talk excitedly and persuasively, but, as before, unintelligibly.
All the small businesses that spoke at this hearing spoke persuasively of the need for a statutory right.
His assertion that the parliamentary dialogue with the ECB must not be confined to monetary policy is persuasively argued.
We would be grateful if this could be documented persuasively in the next legislative period.
We have good arguments, we have very good policy areas and policies, and we can present them persuasively.
It should be made clear to Saddam Hussein, persuasively, that he must allow unconditional and unrestricted access to the inspection teams.
He speaks volumes effectively and persuasively.
This will help you present ideas in writing or in debate very persuasively and logically.
A study of three European countries showed persuasively that these are the orders of magnitude in question.
in a persuasive manner