unpersuadable

ADJECTIVE
  1. not susceptible to persuasion
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How To Use unpersuadable In A Sentence

  • He is, in my estimation, entrenched in the intellectual laziness of dogma and the comforts of blinders. His is a proudly unpersuadable mind.
  • Even so, the Home Counties retired colonels and blue-rinse cake-bakers are proving unpersuadable.
  • Citizens who deny these beliefs are to be re-educated, or, if unpersuadable, executed.
  • All the others were converted but I was to remain an implacable and unpersuadable disbeliever in mesmerism and hypnotism for close upon fifty years.
  • And, as it turned out, unpersuadable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unfortunately, they seemed to be unpersuadable about our concerns.
  • All the others were converted but I was to remain an implacable and unpersuadable disbeliever in mesmerism and hypnotism for close upon fifty years.
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