half-convinced

half-convinced

adj
not entirely convinced
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She leaves only half-convinced Cavaradossi is telling the truth that he hasn't been unfaithful to her.
And many Brits were always only half-convinced - if half-informed - about what the EU was all about in the first place (not just a single market).
After Lux's passing, 1 half-convinced myself--along with some prodding by Tom Dokken--to pick up a more duck-friendly dog.
In my sneakers and ratty cassock, sleepy and half-convinced
But in the end, at the point when I am half-convinced my own reflection is giving me dirty looks, I have to suggest a temporary separation.
And when society as a whole is on the take, when corruption has reached the highest echelons, then players already half-convinced need no further pushing.
However, I'm half-convinced that there is no solution with common everyday words.
As a PR strategy it half-convinced us all was well in Cheryl's world though her success hardly seems to have rocked Ashley's orbit.
But it was a promise that only half-convinced the African Union's Commission President Alpha Oumar Konare, who had virulently criticised the EU negotiators' strong-arm tactics in the plenary session.
The camera in The Count of Monte Cristo hauls itself from image to image like a man taking half-convinced steps across a very muddy field.
"By the end of the evening I had half-convinced myself I was never going to ride her in the first place.