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
The NYO2 group was mostly on its own in Copland’s Billy the Kid ballet suite with its Americana atmosphere and oddly unconvincing descriptive effects.
This setup flounders thanks to an unconvincing plea from a woman named Lisa who mistakes Drac for a scientific expert.
Too many brides-to-be have made this unconvincing promise about her bridesmaid dresses, yet no one ever does reuse them.
But in dealing with such weighty and dark themes, the book suffers from an inconsistency in tone—jarring transitions, from virtuosity and snark to heavy handedness and moralizing, make Roy sound unconvincing as a narrator.
Barron is an unconvincing character who never feels like more than a plot device (as is all too common in plays about a famous person talking to a not-famous character about his or her life).
The play itself is imperfect, with a sentimental ending and one character’s unconvincing enlightenment.
Indeed, unconvincing data and public skepticism have led other communities to end the fable of red-light cameras.
The palisade fabric is similarly unconvincing, Bosak says, because such rock crystal formations could form from non-biological causes, such as after an asteroid impact.
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First Known Use of unconvincing
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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