verb (used with object), con·vinced, con·vinc·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for unconvinced
But Brinsley is unconvinced and the two trade terse responses.Alleged Cop Killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley Had a Death Wish|M.L. Nestel|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A doctor told her once that she weighed 159 pounds and she was so unconvinced that she was sure it was a thyroid problem.Speed Read: Lena Dunham’s Most Shocking Confessions From ‘Not That Kind of Girl’|Kevin Fallon|September 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Correa, under international pressure, later pardoned Palacio, but the veteran journalist was unconvinced.Ecuador Needs U.S. Aid. Will They Risk It All with Snowden?|Mac Margolis|June 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Unconvinced, the officer tried hauling her out of her seat, but Mrs. Anderson grabbed a strap and hung on.How a Racist Newspaper Defeated Lincoln in New York in the 1864 Election|Harold Holzer|May 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Russian border guards, knowing the game, were unconvinced and sent me to a side room for further interrogation.
Unconvinced, the workman returns to his refrain, "Regreterai toujour moun vieil Marso."Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs (1886)|Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco
He recalled the incident with a pleasant frankness which left her unconvinced.The Firing Line|Robert W. Chambers
With deference he then proposed a new caf au lait, which Luis sipped with a judicial but unconvinced manner.Poor Folk in Spain|Jan Gordon
Ethel Blue listened and smiled at the kind brown eyes that were smiling at her, but she shook her head as if she were unconvinced.Ethel Morton at Sweetbrier Lodge|Mabell S. C. Smith
But Chiapes was unconvinced, and as chief of an inland tribe, unacquainted with navigation, he hesitated to embark.Vasco Nuez de Balboa|Frederick Albion Ober
British Dictionary definitions for unconvinced (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for unconvinced (2 of 2)
- to overcome
- to prove guilty