- adj.不足以令人相信的; 不可信的;
- 副词: unconvincingly;
I find the characters in the book very unconvincing.
Some of the discussion in the book is lightweight and unconvincing.
Mr Patel phoned the University for an explanation, and he was given the usual unconvincing excuses.
On the face of it, this story seems unconvincing.
The reason you give is rather unconvincing.
Their disabolism is often unconvincing.
To many readers it sounded unconvincing.
Even his camel wears an unconvincing politician's smile.
In summary, the arguer bases his or her argument on vague and unconvincing evidence.
Without such an analysis, the author is merely stating an unconvincing opinion.
Chelsea will be too strong, though, and are likely to pick holes in an unconvincing defence.
They were simply an imitation of his earlier manner, and curiously lifeless and unconvincing.
This argument is unconvincing because it contains several critical flaws in logic.
What causes unconvincing results of CBEM in declining regions is still unanswered.
Negotiating with buyer as instruct however afraid unconvincing as your price compare unfavorably faith others.
The girl's disabolism is often unconvincing.
A further own goal by Yuji Nakazawa secured an unconvincing win for England.
Her excuse sounds very hollow, which is unconvincing.
What you said is only half right. From another angle, your viewpoint is unconvincing.
All this is quite unconvincing.
But their efforts to end these troubles remain unconvincing.
Plausible impossibilities should be referred to unconvincing possibilities.
His excuse sounds unconvincing.
Tom's excuse sounds very hollow and unconvincing.
The claim that the crisis was due to insufficient regulation is also unconvincing.
It cited the need to protect consumers, an unconvincing reason to some legal experts.
Thus the argument that China is confronting a dangerous upsurge in inflation looks unconvincing.
1. not convincing;
"as unconvincing as a forced smile"
2. having a probability to low to inspire belief