unconvinced

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[ UK /ʌnkənvˈɪnst/ ]
[ US /ˌənkənˈvɪnst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking conviction
    I remain unconvinced
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How To Use unconvinced In A Sentence

  • I have to admit I ` m unconvinced about the role of the state in dishing out growth. The Witch Cooper
  • The jury were unconvinced that he was innocent.
  • But many Nashville residents are unconvinced, leaving government and civic leaders worried that the once-done Oilers deal actually could collapse.
  • The jury were unconvinced that he was innocent.
  • So far most American critics seem unconvinced, to put it mildly. Times, Sunday Times
  • But many Nashville residents are unconvinced, leaving government and civic leaders worried that the once-done Oilers deal actually could collapse.
  • We remain unconvinced by the arguments for CS spray, and feel that it carries a number of health implications.
  • Many felt that he rarely revealed the ‘whole person’: he remained unconvinced that such an inherently unpoetic entity could be said to exist.
  • The parley, so far as Raoul was concerned, proved fruitless, and he went back into his own lines convinced that the men on the Big Rock could hold out for years, though he would have been swiftly unconvinced could he have observed Tehaa and the Raiateans, the moment his back was turned and he was out of sight, crawling over the rocks and sucking and crunching the scraps his dog had left uneaten. THE DEVILS OF FUATINO
  • Though MacDonald's discussion of this topic is interesting and illuminating, it left me unconvinced.
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