unconvincing


un·con·vinc·ing

adjective \-ˈvin(t)-siŋ\

: not able to make you believe that something is true, real, or acceptable : not convincing

Full Definition of UNCONVINCING

:  not convincing :  implausible <an unconvincing argument>
un·con·vinc·ing·ly \-siŋ-lē\ adverb
un·con·vinc·ing·ness noun

Examples of UNCONVINCING

  1. His arguments for changing the rules were unconvincing.
  2. a novel with unconvincing characters

First Known Use of UNCONVINCING

1653

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