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persuade, persuaded, persuading, persuades.transitive verbs
to induce or undertake a course of action by having confidence you are doing what is best (honest, kind, high value) toward happiness
persuadable.adjective
persuader.noun
persuasion.noun
the act of persuading or the state of being persuaded

persuasive.adjective
tending or having the power to persuade.(a persuasive argument) persuasively.adverb
persuasiveness.noun

pragmatism.noun
Philosophy a  movement consisting of varying but associated theories, originally developed by Charles S. Peirce and William James and distinguished by the doctrine that the meaning of an idea or a proposition lies in its observable practical consequences; a practical, matter-of-fact way of approaching or assessing situations or of solving problems
pragmatist.noun
pragmatistic.adjective

predicate, predicated, predicating, predicates.verbs
transitive use-to base or establish a statement or an action, for example (he predicates his argument on the facts; to state or affirm as an attribute or a quality of something (the sermon predicated the perfectibility of humankind); to carry the connotation of; imply
Logic to make (a term or an expression) the predicate of a proposition; to proclaim or assert; declare
intransitive use-to make a statement or an assertion
predicate.noun

Grammar one of the two main constituents of a sentence, modifying the subject and including the verb, objects, or phrases governed by the verb, as opened the door in Jane opened the door or, is very sleepy in The child is very sleepy.
Logic that part of a proposition that is affirmed or denied about the subject. For example, in the proposition We are mortal, mortal is the predicate
predicate.adjective
Grammar of or belonging to the predicate of a sentence or clause; stated or asserted; predicated
predication.noun
predicational, predicative.adjectives
predicatively.adverb

premeditate, premeditated, premeditating, premeditates.verbs
transitive use-to plan, arrange, or plot (a crime, for example) in advance
intransitive use-to reflect, ponder, or deliberate beforehand
premeditative.adjective
premeditator.noun

plaintive.adjective
expressing sorrow; mournful or melancholy
plaintively.adverb
plaintiveness.noun

plaintiff.noun
the party that institutes a suit in a court

pensive.adjective
deeply, often wistfully or dreamily thoughtful; suggestive or expressive of melancholy thoughtfulness; contemplative, reflective, meditative, thoughtful
pensively.adverb
pensiveness.noun

presage.noun
an indication or a warning of a future occurrence; an omen; a feeling or an intuition of what is going to occur; a presentiment
presage, presaged, presaging, presages.verbs
transitive verbs-to indicate or warn of in advance; portend; to have a presentiment of; to foretell or predict
intransitive use-to make or utter a prediction
presageful.adjective

promote, promoted, promoting, promotes.transitive verbs
to raise to a more important or responsible job or rank.; to advance.(a student) to the next higher grade; to contribute to the progress or growth of; further; to urge the adoption of; advocate.(promote the school dance); to attempt to sell or popularize by advertising or publicity (commercials promoting  new products); to help to establish or organize (a new enterprise - promote a Broadway show)
promotability.noun
promotable.adjective

promotion.noun
the act of promoting or the fact of being promoted; advancement in rank or responsibility; encouragement of the progress, growth, or acceptance of something; furtherance; advertising; publicity
promotional.adjective
promotionally.adverb

perfidy.noun, plural.perfidies
deliberate.breach of faith; calculated violation of trust; treachery
perfidious.adjective
of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous; faithless perfidiously.adverb

psyche.noun
the spirit or soul
Psychiatry.-.the mind functioning as the center of thought, emotion, and behavior and consciously or unconsciously adjusting or mediating the body's responses to the social and physical environment
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