After years of unconvincingly pretending to be something other than what I was, I let my friends and family know the truth.
Even the mention of partisan politics has been unconvincingly forbidden.
Babbitt thundered, Mrs. Babbitt wept, Ted was unconvincingly defiant, and Verona in confusion as to whose side she was taking.
He wished that she would not so unconvincingly pretend that self-indulgence was not what it was.
Davis said with an unconvincingly ironic and skeptical air, "Indeed, why not?"
All those pains, those lover's doubts, those heart-burnings and tremors of which he had written so unconvincingly were his.
She was discountenancing this remedy, or any remedy, as needless, in an unconvincingly weak voice.
They wrangled dismally and unconvincingly together, but no one put into speech the fear that rode them hard.
All that is unconvincing, but you know you write just as unconvincingly.
"Oh, but that would take you out of your way," remonstrated Mrs. Cane as unconvincingly as possible.