unswayed

[ US /ənˈsweɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not influenced or affected
    unswayed by personal considerations
    stewed in its petty provincialism untouched by the brisk debates that stirred the old world
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How To Use unswayed In A Sentence

  • Somehow, somewhere there is someone thinking independently, unswayed by the media.
  • Despite its narrow successes, the intensive propaganda campaign left the public unswayed in more fundamental respects.
  • She pouted at him, but he stood, unswayed, by the doorway.
  • Despite numerous ‘judgments’ against owners of protest sites, it seems that the little man is unswayed and the Internet remains a perfect medium for making grumblings heard.
  • He, for one, is unswayed: ‘These people have not contributed to our society.’
  • Is the sword unswayed? ” depend upon it they'll never make you their king, as long as any branch of that great stock is remaining. Selected English Letters
  • unswayed by personal considerations
  • They are spontaneous, unswayed by conventional wisdom and able to think outside the box. Times, Sunday Times
  • Regarding possible changes in IR35, she is unswayed.
  • It's a crowd of Christians unswayed by public opinion polls 90 percent in favor of war, because they know a longer history and a larger community.
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