persuadé


persuadé
persuadé, ée
(pèr-su-a-dé, dée) part. passé de persuader.
Que l'on a porté à croire telle ou telle chose.
   On n'a qu'à voir leurs livres [des pyrrhoniens], si l'on n'en est pas assez persuadé [de l'incertitude des choses] ; on le deviendra bien vite et peut-être trop, PASC. Pens. VIII, 1, éd. HAVET..
   Persuadé de la religion par sa philosophie, et incapable d'être faiblement persuadé, FONTEN. Renau..
   Substantivement.
   Il avait toute la simplicité et l'enthousiasme d'un persuadé, VOLT. Dial. 27.

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