Conviction and View


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Conviction noun – An idea that is believed to be true or valid without positive knowledge.
Usage example: held deep convictions about life after death

View is a synonym for conviction in belief topic. In some cases you can use "View" instead the word "Conviction" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like opinion, outlook.
Nearby Words: convict, convicted, convicting
Synonyms for Conviction


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View noun – An idea that is believed to be true or valid without positive knowledge.
Usage example: that's one view, but I happen to disagree

Conviction is a synonym for view in opinion topic. You can use "Conviction" instead a noun "View", if it concerns topics such as belief, outlook.
Nearby Words: viewpoint, viewed, viewing, viewer, viewable
Synonyms for View

How words are described

complete complete conviction complete view
certain certain conviction certain view
naive naive conviction naive view
great great conviction great view
Other adjectives: personal, new, political.

Both words in one sentence

  • Creator / Grant Morrison In his view, his conviction and belief that the magic will work actually changes reality to suit him.
  • Film / Jesus Camp From her own point of view, she's different because she happens to hold the correct belief — a conviction that any extremist Muslim probably has in equal abundance.
  • In "Shadows In The Moonlight", Olivia's initial conviction that statues in a certain hall came to life settled down to the view that it was this trope when she had to rescue Conan from Pirates there.
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