uncompelling

uncompelling

(ˌʌnkəmˈpɛlɪŋ)
adj
1. not arousing interest or demanding attention; not gripping
2. not compelling or persuasive; unconvincing
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Similarly, another recent YouTube partnership, the 'Dangerous Woman Tour Diaries', was uncompelling, Grande's presence unfocused in the meandering, PR-drawn definition of "documentary".
But it also underscored how uncompelling Trump's agenda is even in a die-hard conservative state.
This disanalogy is uncompelling; it is no more incongruous to label
How it fared: The Guardian called it "feeble" and "uncompelling"; Variety liked it well enough, though it had its criticisms .
I may be overstating, but there can be no simple contrast between the appealing but morally unprincipled Sebastian and the virtuous but uncompelling Charlemont.
While the venue accentuates the uncompelling gestalts of several pieces, the spectrum of identities and heritages woven into the works en masse creates a sense of buoyancy, as if this were some utopian academy.
In the Lanete case, the Fourth Division said it found the evidence uncompelling. The Court is of the opinion that the evidence, presented by the prosecution, of the guilt of accused Lanete and accused Napoles is not strong.
To suggest that the Lipsey-style quadratic equation is inappropriate because Samuelson and Solow were 'asking different questions' (Forder, 2016, 51) is uncompelling. We used the Lipsey-style quadratic equation because this specification allows, but does not constrain, the data to follow a hyperbola.
Five uncompelling photos pictured campus life, none with captions, which could have been used to make a point.
effect to the Arbitration Act on the basis of uncompelling
Merely as explanatory gestures, such arguments should be seen as particularly uncompelling in logical terms.