unpersuaded

[ UK /ʌnpəswˈe‍ɪdɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not converted
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How To Use unpersuaded In A Sentence

  • Indeed, in so far as it is material, I am wholly unpersuaded that the chronology of events which appears in the affidavits shows due diligence on her part.
  • I do believe that a consensus is growing, " he said. Those still unpersuaded, he said in a speech at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), were outside the mainstream.
  • The people of Holy Trinity espouse similar values in the face of an unpersuaded Catholic hierarchy.
  • I am entirely unpersuaded by the suggestion made by Mr Bate that this evidence had a great impact on the jury.
  • I was very unpersuaded by the letter by Anna Hirsch-Holland.
  • In order to persuade the unpersuaded to embrace rather than undermine our values, we need to display them as universal and not exclusive.
  • Deco even appealed for a penalty after a Zagorakis challenge in the 50th minute but his unpersuaded team-mates showed no signs of hectoring the German referee Markus Merk.
  • We are no longer in the presence of a torturer seizing upon a victim and enjoying her all the more because she is unconsenting and unpersuaded.
  • So the facts that Powell deployed, and the pattern they form, will not persuade people determined to be unpersuaded.
  • The judgment was softened by career prosecutor David Margolis, who was put in charge of the final recommendations and who said he was "unpersuaded" by OPR's WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
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