win over

VERB
  1. make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something
    He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product
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How To Use win over In A Sentence

  • In Iowa, he didn't just win over the Democrats, the college-educated over $55K under 60 crowd, he won overjust about everybody that wasn't a die-hard Republican. Hillary's NH Lead In Suffolk Tracking Poll Cut By Nearly Half
  • In other matches University made it two wins in a row with a 4-2 win over Whippersnappers, although University slipped back to their bad habits and defaulted the bottom two boards.
  • WOLVES ended a run of eight games without victory with a win over fellow strugglers Wigan. The Sun
  • Alejandro Bedoya 90 in Orebro's 3-0 win over Halmstad Americans abroad
  • The Shrimps recorded a 2-1 win over Fleet - and that wiped away the nightmare of last season's 6-0 drubbing at Stonebridge Road.
  • Ruby's overanalytical, fast-paced and authentic narration will win over new devotees, while her loyal fans will no doubt hope for more. E. Lockhart's Blog:
  • (AP) - Jeremy Maclin racked up 275 total yards and scored two touchdowns and Tony Temple added two TDs to lead Missouri to a 52-24 win over Western Michigan on Saturday. USATODAY.com - College Football - W. Michigan vs. Missouri
  • The constant barrage of earnestly delivered silliness should win over even the hardest hearts.
  • In the Hampton Roads region Tuesday, Rep. Glenn Nye (D) swung from a 5-point win over an incumbent two years ago to an 11-point loss against auto dealer Scott Rigell (R). Democrats took a bruising, but state's still in 'purple' territory
  • WOODRUFF: And just as important, he is hoping to win over you, the voters in the United States, with what he calls plain-spoken words about his priorities. CNN Transcript - Special Event: President Bush Addresses Congress and the Democrats Respond - February 27, 2001
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