unpersuaded


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unpersuaded

(ˌʌnpəˈsweɪdɪd)
adj
not having been induced, urged, or prevailed upon successfully
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Adj.1.unpersuaded - not convertedunpersuaded - not converted        
unregenerated, unregenerate - not reformed morally or spiritually; "unregenerate human nature"; "unregenerate conservatism"
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Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said it was "unpersuaded" by the environmentalists' arguments that the Trump administration relied on a faulty economic analysis in making its decision.
Some people left that jury room completely unpersuaded and others only changed their minds when they had built their own bridge of logic out of the corner they were backed into.
Frank, who seemed unpersuaded to grant an exception to the 100-foot length rule.
The anti-graft court remains unpersuaded that Andaya's act of signing the SAROs cannot be construed as causing undue injury to the government or giving unwarranted benefit to any party.
I am unpersuaded by the defendants' argument that I should essentially waive my earlier order that they pay the plaintiff's attorneys' fees and costs associated with the plaintiff's motion to compel.
Burr told CBS that despite media reports regarding a number of interactions between Trump and his associates and Russia, he was "unpersuaded" that they could be called collusion given the panel's findings.
First and foremost, the courts appear to be unpersuaded by the claim that making too many investment options available under a plan results in a violation of ERISA’s duty of prudence.
The Court is unpersuaded, however, that the Government's acquisition of a defendant's historical cell site location information ('CSLI') from a third party is analogous to the circumstances here.
But Mr Justice Spencer ruled: "We are wholly unpersuaded that the sentence was in any was manifestly excessive, in a case involving at least 19kg of cocaine.
The American leader could ignore the classified assessment, however, as he decides what policies he believes are in the American interest, or he may decide that he is unpersuaded by it, the NYT reported.
"Although (Astacio) has expressed some contrition and initially took productive steps in response to her DWI arrest, we are unpersuaded that petitioner has genuinely accepted personal responsibility.
Lewis was unpersuaded that the state Supreme Court would not follow Gause, "a fully reasoned" state defamation law decision.