The warrior gazed about him grimly, and like one but half-convinced.
Acting on this hypothesis, of which he was now half-convinced, Stern nodded.
He stared at Professor Duchard through narrowed eyes, half-convinced that the man was mad.
And finding me in the house I'd described, where I'd said it was, had him half-convinced.
"This is a very strange proceeding," began he, half-convinced of her sincerity.
Already he was more than half-convinced that he should write to Sloan and reject his kindly offer of support.
Bergson seems always to have been more than half-convinced of the truth of spiritualism.
Corporal Nixon pondered a little, because half-convinced, but would not acknowledge that he could have been mistaken.
Brookings, caught in his duplicity and half-convinced of the truth of DuQuesne's statements, still temporized.
Only half-convinced, Mary nodded that she understood, but still proceeded to wipe her eyes at intervals.