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  • noun The state or condition of being unconvincing.


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  • First, that's hardly a demonstration of its alleged stunning unconvincingness.

    Carry-Over Thread 2007

  • After the introduction has given a fantastic account of the Pre-Adamitical world, and explained with elaborate unconvincingness how the manuscript of the book came into existence, the tale commences like a moral allegory, but soon lapses into mere extravagant adventure.

    The Life and Romances of Mrs Eliza Haywood Whicher, George Frisbie 1915

  • The draught from the shiny dark street and square struck cold, and Edwin responsively sneezed; and Darius Clayhanger upbraided him for not having worn his overcoat, and he replied with foolish unconvincingness that he had got a cold, that it was nothing.

    Clayhanger Arnold Bennett 1899


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