What is another word for unconvinced?

161 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ʌnkənvˈɪnst], [ ʌnkənvˈɪnst], [ ʌ_n_k_ə_n_v_ˈɪ_n_s_t]

The word "unconvinced" refers to a state where someone is not persuaded or influenced by something. There are several synonyms for this word, including doubtful, skeptical, mistrustful, incredulous, uncertain, hesitant, and suspicious. Doubtful implies a lack of certainty or conviction. Skeptical suggests a tendency to question or doubt claims. Mistrustful implies a lack of faith or confidence. Incredulous suggests a feeling of disbelief. Uncertain suggests a lack of confidence or knowledge. Hesitant implies a reluctance to commit oneself. Suspicious implies a feeling of doubt or suspicion about the motives or behavior of others. These synonyms can help to convey the varying degrees of skepticism or doubt one may have in different situations.

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The antonyms for the word "unconvinced" include words like "convinced," "persuaded," "certain," "assured," and "confident." These words represent a state of being convinced or persuaded about something, and they convey a sense of belief or faith in a particular idea, concept, or philosophy. When used in a sentence, antonyms of "unconvinced" can help to express positive emotions and attitudes towards an argument, idea, or proposal. For instance, "I am completely convinced that the project will succeed" implies a high degree of confidence and positivity, which contrasts with the negativity of the word "unconvinced.

Usage examples for Unconvinced

He adds one or two somewhat irrelevant items to his defence; then finding his patron unconvinced, discharges on him a volley of abuse, and decides to try his luck elsewhere.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Through what followed-his protests, his arguments, his final unconvinced submission to her wishes-she had a sense of his but half-discerning all that, for her, had made the moment so tumultuous.
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton
I shall go to the grave leaving that other man unconvinced!
"The Greater Inclination"
Edith Wharton

Famous quotes with Unconvinced

  • Slogans rarely convince the unconvinced. However, they do rally the troops already on your side.
    John McCarthy
  • The world is continuously discontinuous. It is continuous for intuition and thinking; discontinuous for reason and observation. The human senses break it down but the unconvinced mind unites it.
    Thiruman Archunan
  • Somehow, it soon seemed taken for granted by all three of them that the trip was a settled thing; and the Rat, though still unconvinced in his mind, allowed his good-nature to over-ride his personal objections.
    Kenneth Grahame
  • there are many of us who, unconvinced by Hegel, continue to believe that the real, the really real, is irrational, that reason builds upon irrationalities.
    Miguel de Unamuno

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