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In my puny way, sounding hollow and unconvincing, I try to tell George how foolish he is.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
And this assumption of "direction" is unconvincing, if not suicidal in character.
THEISM OR ATHEISMCHAPMAN COHEN
And beyond this, Dr. Tschischwitz's parallels are flatly unconvincing, or rather they promptly put themselves out of court.
MONTAIGNE AND SHAKSPEREJOHN M. ROBERTSON
To a reader of to-day, his arguments from Shakspere's diction and syntax are peculiarly unconvincing.
MONTAIGNE AND SHAKSPEREJOHN M. ROBERTSON
Many witnesses testified, and his own testimony was so unconvincing that the jury convicted him without leaving the bench.
Such would be an academic exercise, or a technically correct but unconvincing ballad.
SPIRIT AND MUSICH. ERNEST HUNT
Yet he could not do anything with it; his eye was wrong, and his colours were harsh, crude, or merely woolly and unconvincing.
THE ANGEL OF PAINE. F. BENSON
Much of the book is dull: and Fathom's conversation is (to adopt a cant word) extremely unconvincing.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Pessimism, which had been a noble ground quality of his earlier writings, is in Jude merely hysterical and wholly unconvincing.
ESSAYS ON MODERN NOVELISTSWILLIAM LYON PHELPS
Mr. Middleheath's opening address to the jury for the defence was brief, and, to sharp legal ears, vague and unconvincing.
THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES

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