unpersuaded

adjective 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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circa 1535

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