October 11th, 2011 | 386 Entries

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386 Entries for “conviction”

  1. He was right. He knew he was–she was the one who was mistaken. It wasn’t his fault if she couldn’t admit it. This wasn’t up for discussion. The necklace was going to stay in his hands, and she would have to like it.

    She would just end up losing it, anyway.

    By Ashley Shaw URL on 10.11.2011

  2. Conviction is not a word I really understand. I think it;s something to do with sending criminlas to their rightful place? Or is that justice? So conviction… Being convicted of a crime?

    By Courtney URL on 10.11.2011


    By tyler101 URL on 10.11.2011

  4. conviction in fiction, the mysticysim of link prohibition. a conviction in a poem to write a lot of words to convict the convict of conviction in his wisdom

    By gabriel powell on 10.11.2011

  5. i am convinced of nothing, I have no clue I wish I could have that conviction of something, that solidarity. I am protean, I want to coagulate, just a little, to be a solid human.

    By Siera Rayne on 10.11.2011

  6. conviction, cut off, great punishment or pain.

    By marmar URL on 10.11.2011

  7. im not sure what conviction means… i think it might me to convict someone in like court or something!:) but im not sure soooo Conviction conviction conviction!!!!!!!:D

    By BFABB24 URL on 10.11.2011

  8. conviction

    By McInelly URL on 10.11.2011

  9. i guy who convited crime

    By somethingweird URL on 10.11.2011

  10. Convection is a big word that most people have trouble spelling.

    By pink.pillow URL on 10.11.2011

  11. Conviction is being accused of something and, or you are convinced about something. Say the worlds top murderer is accused of something the accusation is the conviction.

    By seth maerker URL on 10.11.2011

  12. conviction is being arrested by police officers for doing a crime. if a murdurer is on the loose he would be convicted to jail

    By James URL on 10.11.2011

  13. My conviction is to live and love. Live to love, so I can live like the person I look up to be by my own. Please just let me be the one that could tear up you soul and devour it with eternal rest of my ending bow.

    By Risk on 10.11.2011

  14. im not sure what convict is but i think it is sort of like a a crime or a strong feeling for something or someone.

    By jeepsareawesome URL on 10.11.2011

  15. The prisoner was convicted of shoplifting and running from the cops.

    By Binnie#9 URL on 10.11.2011

  16. When you kill someone or something you like umm get convicted in prision. That can not be real fun. So i am gonna tell you a story there was a guy and he felt so strong about candy he built a house out of it!! thats another way! :)

    By garvin URL on 10.11.2011

  17. Conviction means a strong believe. I know someone that has a conviction about his relign.

    By Together_We_Waffle URL on 10.11.2011

  18. As the prisoner sat there in shock of his conviction, I smiled because I knew the judge made the best decision possible.

    By lauren.forever16 URL on 10.11.2011

  19. The prisonire was convicted of breaking and entering a vally home last weekend.

    By Binnie#9 URL on 10.11.2011

  20. conviction is what drives many people act. In a way conviction, forms an individual into character as it drives motives, and leads one to act in a way that will bring happiness.

    By Eva Hall on 10.11.2011

  21. Conviction is, (for example) when a guy comes up to you and then he punches you in the face for no reason at all. You get reallly hurt and you have to go to court and you CONVICT him for what he did to you. In my point of view, that is what conviction means. (By the way if a guy did that to me I would convict him for his crime!)

    By *B-Fabb* 12 URL on 10.11.2011

  22. Conviction is: waiting around till the sunsets, realizing that all I wanted was to be noticed in the light. Conviction is waking up every morning and leaving the house when all I want is to lie in bed, wishing myself into another time and place.

    By Samantha on 10.11.2011

  23. Speak the truth and you shall speak with conviction.

    By Dave Mercer URL on 10.11.2011

  24. it is the most emotional driving force we have. If we don’t have conviction, nothing we do will have a lasting impact. Too many have overlooked their convictions having become callous to the little voice.

    By Dan on 10.11.2011

  25. Conviction is a good movie starring Hilary Swank that is based on a true story. Her brother got convicted of murder and she spent her whole life getting a law degree to free him from prison. This word makes me think of things like courtrooms. My parents have to deal with this a lot.

    By Kourtney Durham URL on 10.11.2011

  26. conviction of murder, if some one is pissing me off so much, that will happen to me. A lot of people are pissing me off lately, why can’t they just get it right and make me happy? Why does disappointing me have to be the new ‘it’ thing?

    By Juliana URL on 10.11.2011

  27. It it wasn’t for them I would not be here. I would not be standing tall and strong and be able to retain the strength of my convictions. Even in this god forsaken planet their support has been immense.

    By Anton URL on 10.11.2011

  28. I’m convicted of happiness! Awareness!
    In this world of suffering, I found occasional total isolation to be the best cure…
    Yeah, exactly!

    By Ali Polatel URL on 10.11.2011

  29. i was just watching the lisa ling show, our america, about previously convicted sex offenders and life after being released from jail. a part of me feels horrible because some people have learned their lessons and would ‘kill themselves should they ever get another urge” but another part of me feels satisfied that most of these people live in tents because they have nowhere else to go.

    By Dolly on 10.11.2011

  30. I had a kind of conviction……. Or so they tell me. When I was alive, I loved my family and valued my friends and in return they respected me.
    That’s what they told me I had; conviction. But I don’t remember anything that made them think I had conviction, of course time is syrup and memories are water.

    By Libby on 10.11.2011

  31. I don’t want to marry my convictions. But for some reason, so far I think they’re my closest companions.

    You’d think someone could love another person without the second person having to change somehow. You would be wrong. I’ve found out, as the years went by, that if I want someone to love me and want to be with me, I’ll have to give up a small part of myself.

    By Sofia on 10.11.2011

  32. Makes me think of criminals.. or the wrongly accused.. other than that, it sort of makes me think of my name.. Victoria.. because it has the whole vict thing going on. Yeahhhhh.

    By Victoria on 10.11.2011

  33. miss der jupéfa
    xion here zass

    By Fabric Spell in Ushe URL on 10.11.2011

  34. Say it with conviction, she’d say. When I tentatively spoke about something I thought I felt strongly about she’d say…conviction, say it with conviction.

    By lisajane URL on 10.11.2011

  35. I was convicted for lying to my probation officer. I have no idea what to do now. I can’t speak as they’ve put a muffler on me. What’s a girl to do? Wait and run when the action starts? No, I could never do that. I have to join now. I’m the leader of the revolt, but they can’t know that.

    By Erin Jane Moore URL on 10.11.2011

  36. I had such a desire to understand what he meant. It was as if he was telling me that I was not enough, and I needed something stronger- something more human. He had it; I didn’t. It was nearly impossible, and the only time I had ever felt such a way was when I saw her born. I loved her, and hated him

    By alice on 10.11.2011

  37. And you, my conviction?
    I can never look at you the way I used to, for I should have never trusted myself in trusting you.

    By misscardigangirl URL on 10.11.2011

  38. She is certain of it. No matter what anyone else says, he’s going to come back. He always had and he always will. He couldn’t die, he couldn’t be gone forever. A vacation, that was it, he was going on a vacation. “Oh, captain, my captain.” She murmurs into the picture. “You will never leave me, Harkness.”

    By Sarah Harker on 10.11.2011

  39. the conviction with which she condemned him to hell terrified him even more than the damnation itself. the words “i’m sorry,” “it won’t happen again,” “please forgive me” all died on his tongue unborn as he saw the fangs that spurned his future spouting out of her translucent gums, the thin and ovaloid and dilated snake pupils that thinned and glowed in hatred and emptiness, the gnarl of her disdainful snout, and he silently and shivering walked towards his own death.

    By Leanne URL on 10.11.2011

  40. conviction means to be accused.

    By fox URL on 10.11.2011