Definition of unconvinced in English:

unconvinced

adjective

  • Not certain that something is true or can be relied on or trusted.

    ‘Parisians remain unconvinced that the project will be approved’
    • ‘I'd like to think we will give them a good game, but I remain unconvinced after yesterday's performance.’
    • ‘But the public remained unconvinced and the families of her victims vowed to kill her if she was ever set free.’
    • ‘He left a number of local residents unconvinced by some aspects of the plans, but he carefully spelled out what the alternative would be.’
    • ‘But the protesters, who are increasingly determined to halt the spread of wind farms, are unconvinced.’
    • ‘However often he repeats this message, many remain unconvinced.’
    • ‘The rest of the world, and a good part of the American public, are also unconvinced.’
    • ‘With the Celtic support already unconvinced about his form, mistakes such as these draw attention to his whole game.’
    • ‘European oil companies Shell and Elf pulled out last year unconvinced of the project's viability.’
    • ‘He looks like a man unsure and unconvinced he has got it right.’
    • ‘But people in the Black Isle are distrustful of government scientific advice and remain unconvinced.’
    • ‘Many people who work with the impoverished are unconvinced there's enough work available.’
    • ‘We remain unconvinced by the arguments for CS spray, and feel that it carries a number of health implications.’
    • ‘Most aid agencies however remain unconvinced and concerned about how Pakistan might treat those that are part of a fresh influx.’
    • ‘Many parents remain unconvinced and are pushing to question the minister.’
    • ‘Neil Wallis, editor of the Sunday People, was entirely unconvinced.’
    • ‘Murray has listened to the same arguments, but remains unconvinced.’
    • ‘Lord Falconer said the government remained unconvinced about the case for change so there was nothing for people to vote on.’
    • ‘He is well aware of my dubious provenance as a tipster, but seemed unconvinced that I could be that bad.’
    • ‘Shirley wrote from Boston to London urging the deportation of the Acadians, but Britain was unconvinced.’
    • ‘His first album, One Mississippi, was a critical hit, but Virgin records remained unconvinced.’
    dubious, doubtful, having reservations, taking something with a pinch of salt, doubting, questioning
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Pronunciation

unconvinced

/ʌnkənˈvɪnst/