un·per·suad·ed | \ ˌən-pər-ˈswā-dəd \

Definition of unpersuaded 

: not convinced to do or believe something : not persuaded … indicate that the public views the stock market quite properly as a lottery and is unpersuaded by arguments about its being a mechanism for the allocation of investment … —Paul Seabright

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The jury was unpersuaded after nurses and aides testified about how Allenbrooke would add staffing for state inspections while the rest of the time their pleas for more support went unheeded. Jordan Rau, New York Times, "Care Suffers as More Nursing Homes Feed Money Into Corporate Webs," 2 Jan. 2018 The lack of traction in extension talks over the past few years have all parties — the team, his representatives and even Machado — unpersuaded that the home-grown talent will ultimately remain in Baltimore. Eduardo A. Encina, baltimoresun.com, "Winter meetings could give Orioles clarity on Manny Machado's long-term future with club," 10 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of unpersuaded

circa 1535, in the meaning defined above

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