per·sua·sive /-ˈswesɪv, zɪv/
Per·sua·sive a. Tending to persuade; having the power of persuading; as, persuasive eloquence. “Persuasive words.”
Per·sua·sive, n. That which persuades; an inducement; an incitement; an exhortation. -- Per*sua*sive*ly, adv. -- Per*sua*sive*ness, n.
adj 1: tending or intended or having the power to induce action or
belief; "persuasive eloquence"; "a most persuasive
speaker" [ant: dissuasive]
2: capable of convincing; "a persuasive argument"; "the
evidence is persuasive but not conclusive"