Definition Of conviction
a firmly held belief or opinion.
his conviction that the death was no accident
a formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal offense, made by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law.
she had a previous conviction for a similar offense
Example Of conviction
A conviction for that offence could not in any sense have been less than clear in its meaning.
According to the relativist, belief and conviction fly out of the window because truth is, as it were, too cheap to care about.
Accordingly, if we did retain conviction , our belief would no longer amount to knowledge.
Accordingly, the Court of Criminal Appeal quashed the conviction and ordered a new trial.
All sides are motivated by fear and marked by a lack of conviction .