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unpersuaded

Syllabification: un·per·suad·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənpərˈswādid
 
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Definition of unpersuaded in English:

adjective

Not persuaded; unconvinced.
Example sentences
  • Now the votes are counted, perhaps it can be more outward-looking, seeking not only to persuade the unpersuaded but to listen to them as well.
  • In order to persuade the unpersuaded to embrace rather than undermine our values, we need to display them as universal and not exclusive.
  • So the facts that Powell deployed, and the pattern they form, will not persuade people determined to be unpersuaded.

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