Word of the day: Conviction!

English is a funny language. Sometimes a particular word can either be positive or negative depending on the context or usage. One such word is conviction. A person with conviction is someone with firmly held beliefs or opinions. On the other hand, a person with conviction in their record is someone who is found guilty by a jury of peers! Below is an attempt to use the word both ways in a single sentence.
Lacking in conviction and honesty the fraudster went on a crime spree that eventually resulted in his conviction! 🙏

Author: Rajaram 'Raj' Gopalan

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