Examples of unconvincing in a Sentence
His arguments for changing the rules were unconvincing.
a novel with unconvincing characters
Recent Examples of unconvincing from the Web
Brachfeld is appealing as the innocent heroine turned unlikely femme fatale, but most of the rest of the ensemble are unconvincing.
West Ham fans have reacted furiously to speculation of their club's interest in Michy Batshuayi, following his performance in Chelsea's unconvincing third-round FA Cup win over Championship side Norwich.
The Gunners are supposedly interested in Butland too, with Petr Cech having made a number of unconvincing performances this season.
Massimiliano Allegri's men went in to the match high on confidence having won their last five Serie A matches, although Juventus were unconvincing in their midweek victory over a stubborn Genoa side.
Well, that’s a little bleak, but not so bleak as to be unconvincing.
Louisville's unconvincing and uneven defensive rebounding.
Among the biggest names vying for the role were Lucille Ball, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, and Lana Turner, but Selznick rejected them all as unconvincing for one reason or another.
The result is a little rough in places: Michael Shepherd Jordan's script too often assumes the audience knows the original by heart, and Alan Metoskie's Bruce Willis is unconvincing, though Gary Fields's Alan Rickman is dead-on.
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First Known Use of unconvincing
full of it;
UNCONVINCING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unconvincing for English Language Learners
: not able to make you believe that something is true, real, or acceptable : not convincing
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