unconvincing

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The fault that most people will find with this story is that it is unconvincing.

Mr. Gairdner's arguments as to dates were unconvincing, in this his first article.

Yet he somehow felt that his laugh was feeble and unconvincing.

But an unconvincing message would be worse than no message at all.

And this assumption of "direction" is unconvincing, if not suicidal in character.

By adding verisimilitude to an otherwise bald and unconvincing narrative.

Truth to tell, they are excellent in their way, but they are unconvincing.

That is why, when you evade, you are always so unconvincing.

"Well, that's that," gulped Pennington, with an unconvincing laugh.

But Miss Bax's chin, cited in action to confirm this turn, was unconvincing.

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