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abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Correct spelling:
convert

Synonyms:

noun
believer
adherent, Conformer, believer, true believer, born-again, conformist.
convert
commute, change over, convince, exchange, win over.
entrant
Incomer, probationer, new member, novices, new members, probationers, participant, incomers.
follower
hanger-on, bootlicker, promoter, sidekick, vassal.
new believer
disciple, novice, proselyte, follower, novitiate, catechumen, neophyte.
person
convert.
recruit
proselyte, trainee, serviceperson, servicepeople, draftees, new person, selectee, GIS, draftee, enlisted person, selectees.
rugby
fifteen, conversion, prop, line-out, fly half, conversion kick, place kick, Australian Rules football, lock.
verb
change
change over, deviate, vacillate, alter, change, transfigure, transform, adjust, transit, modify, diversify, adapt, set, modulate, reform, convert, transpose, vary, fluctuate, mutate.
change; adapt
make, downlink, transfigure, apply, transpose, translate, revise, switch, alter, transform, download, transmute, restyle, transmogrify, commute, metamorphose, switch over, turn, interchange, remodel, reorganize, modify, appropriate.
change belief, especially regarding religion
budge, be born again, make over, alter conviction, bias, see the light, sway, persuade, move, save, regenerate, bend, change into, lead, change of heart, convince, proselytize, bring, lead to believe, cause to adopt, brainwash, redeem, bring around, reform, assimilate to, incline, baptize, actuate, impel, create anew.
competition
convert.
convert
reclaim, sublimate, proselytize, regenerate.
Examples of usage:
  1. She confided her own purpose to the old nurse, and Hannah was fain to tell her hers, at least so much as that she was anxious to convert her gold into a bank- note which she might send to Percy without exciting his suspicions as to whence it came. – Bessie Bradford's Prize by Joanna H. Mathews
  2. White men have gone to China with three motives: to fight, to make money, and to convert the Chinese to our religion. – The Problem of China by Bertrand Russell
  3. With patience, boldness, and a little luck, I might even yet convert the defeat I had sustained that night into a triumph. – First Person Paramount by Ambrose Pratt
  4. Ussher was the only Protestant whom this poor man was in the habit of meeting, and he was continually attempting to convert him; in which pursuit Ussher rather encouraged him with the purpose of turning him into ridicule. – The Macdermots of Ballycloran by Anthony Trollope
  5. I know a dozen fine young Protestant men in London whom I'm labouring to convert, and I feel I 'm defeated only by the circumstance that I'm not in a position to lead them to the altar in the full meaning of the expression. – The Cardinal's Snuff-Box by Henry Harland

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