unconverted

[ US /ˌənkənˈvɝtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkənvˈɜːtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not converted
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How To Use unconverted In A Sentence

  • Like them or not - and I came away unconverted - rowies subvert the appalling global food culture with a deeply satisfying disregard for the attempt to please all the people all the time.
  • Now both a seven-pointer and another unconverted try were needed. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Japanese, any unconverted character INPUT attribute is a Hiragana, Katakana , or alphanumeric character.
  • He was determined to put upon the unconverted the burden of responsibility, and brooked no opposition from metaphysicians… the message of Finney was wholly American.
  • There are still a load of barns on each hillside, unconverted, relatively well maintained.
  • The unconverted will continue to remain unconvinced.
  • This is reportage for environmentalists, rather than a broadside to win round the unconverted. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Cavaliers scored two goals, an unconverted try and two penalties.
  • I think there is always a tension in these things between convincing the unconverted that you are right and invigorating your own supporters with a bold campaign.
  • Turning now to the smokeless powders, in which the chief ingredient is nitro-cellulose in some form (either gun-cotton or nitro-lignine, &c.), one of the first of these was Prentice's gun-cotton, which consisted of nitrated paper 15 parts, mixed with 85 parts of unconverted cellulose. Nitro-Explosives: A Practical Treatise
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