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  • as inincredulous
  • as inskeptical
  • as inunbelieving
  • as inunsure
  • as indoubtful
  • as indubious

synonyms for unconvinced

  • doubtful
  • hesitant
  • quizzical
  • skeptical
  • suspicious
  • unsatisfied
  • disbelieving
  • distrustful
  • doubting
  • dubious
  • mistrustful
  • questioning
  • show-me
  • suspect
  • uncertain
  • wary
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antonyms for unconvinced

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  • believing
  • certain
  • definite
  • sure
  • unquestionable
  • convinced
  • credulous
    • secure
    • definite
    • clear
    • sure
    • certain
    • undoubted
    • trusty
    • trustworthy
    • determined
    • believing
    • unwavering
    • undoubtful
    • positive
    • doubtless
    • secure
    • clear
    • sure
    • definite
    • certain
    • unambiguous
    • trusty
    • reliable
    • honest
    • trustworthy
    • aboveboard
    • probable
    • likely
    • believable
    • determined
    • unquestionable
    • undoubted
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    How to use unconvinced in a sentence

    Clear as our case was to us the Conference seemed unconvinced, and we began to fear an adverse vote.
    FIFTY YEARS OF RAILWAY LIFE IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELANDJOSEPH TATLOW
    “It was that way in the Spanish grammar,” said Joan, shaking her head, unconvinced by the reason he advanced.
    THE FLOCKMASTER OF POISON CREEKGEORGE W. OGDEN
    Dad Frazer had gone away unconvinced, unshaken in his belief that it was a grizzly.
    THE FLOCKMASTER OF POISON CREEKGEORGE W. OGDEN
    "But mother was frightened," Nesta said, looking unconvinced.
    QUEENSLAND COUSINSELEANOR LUISA HAVERFIELD
    Unconvinced that mediaeval methods belong to mediaeval times, the Scholar from Oxford lit another cigarette.
    PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
    Mr. Robert Beaufort glanced at the window for a moment, but his countenance was still that of one unconvinced.
    NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
    I was unconvinced by her arguments, but held my newly bought color-box as a means of proving to her the wisdom of my choice.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 16, NO. 97, NOVEMBER, 1865VARIOUS
    If the Knight was unconvinced by the arguments, he was no less astonished by the abilities of the Secretary.
    THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. I (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
    Dolly still looked unconvinced when she sat down with book and pencil, but Mary was complacent.
    LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
    Slawkenbergius supposes the word intended was unconvinced, but her strength would not enable her to finish her letter.
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    WORDS RELATED TO UNCONVINCED

    • agnostic
    • baffled
    • confused
    • disconcerted
    • distracted
    • distrustful
    • disturbed
    • doubting
    • dubious
    • equivocal
    • faithless
    • faltering
    • flustered
    • hesitant
    • hesitating
    • in a quandary
    • in clouds
    • in dilemma
    • indecisive
    • irresolute
    • like doubting Thomas
    • lost
    • not following
    • of two minds
    • perplexed
    • puzzled
    • questioning
    • skeptical
    • suspicious
    • tentative
    • theoretical
    • troubled
    • uncertain
    • unconvinced
    • undecided
    • unresolved
    • unsettled
    • unsure
    • vacillating
    • wavering
    • without belief
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