conviction

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conviction

Plural
convictions

  1. A conviction is when a court finds a person guilty of doing a crime.
    There was a conviction in his case, so he went to jail.
  2. A conviction is a strong belief that you think is true.
    Because of their strong conviction, I begin to feel that they may be right.

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