Definition of convert:
votarist, switch over, acolyte, disciple, proselyte, interchange, sway, turn into, proponent, transmute, switch, liege man, translate, epigone, get in with, friend, reason with, follower, Australian Rules football, persuade, sympathizer, commute, convince, prop, change over, conversion kick, carry, transmogrify, win over, substitute, permute, exponent, metamorphose, place kick, make into, beginner, partisan, exchange, lock, fifteen, sweeten up, shift, ideologue, deepen, supporter, pupil, sponsor, reverse, transfer, veer, advocate, fly half, revise, line-out, target, qualify, disciple, replace, woo, transubstantiate, neophyte, turn, votary, neophyte, conversion.
- believer (part of speech: noun)
- convert (part of speech: verb)
- change (part of speech: verb)
- "The Gloved Hand", Burton E. Stevenson.
He wanted to win wealth and fame for himself, to provide a shorter and cheaper route for commerce with the East, and to convert to Christianity the Grand Khan, a great Asiatic ruler, to whom he bore a letter of introduction from the rulers of Spain.- "Great Inventions and Discoveries", Willis Duff Piercy.
This striking fact makes it the obvious duty of the Government, as early as may be consistent with the principles of sound political economy, to take such measures as will enable the holder of its notes and those of the national banks to convert them without loss into specie or its equivalent.- "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.