Definition of unswayed in English:

unswayed

Syllabification: un·swayed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈswād
 
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adjective

[predicative]
(Of a person) not influenced or affected: investors are unswayed by suggestions that the numbers are overblown
More example sentences
  • He's unswayed by the government's backing of his nomination.
  • I am utterly unswayed by his attempt to argue one is a drastic departure from the traditional focus, while the other is not.
  • Despite numerous ‘judgments’ against owners of protest sites, it seems that the little man is unswayed and the Internet remains a perfect medium for making grumblings heard.

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