inconvincible
I adjective cynical, disbelieving, disposed to doubt, distrustful, doubtful doubting, dubious, given to suspicion, hard to convince, inclined to suspect, incredulous, indisposed to believe, questioning, skeptical, slow to believe, suspecting, suspicious, unbelieving, uncertain, unwilling to accept, wary, without faith II index cynical, doubtful, suspicious (distrustful)

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  • Inconvincible — In con*vin ci*ble, a. [L. inconvincibilis. See {In } not, and {Convince}.] Not convincible; incapable of being convinced. [1913 Webster] None are so inconvincible as your half witted people. Gov. of the Tongue. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • inconvincible — [in΄kən vin′sə bəl] adj. [LL(Ec) inconvincibilis] that cannot be convinced …   English World dictionary

  • inconvincible — adjective Date: 1674 incapable of being convinced …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • inconvincible — inconvincibility, n. inconvincibly, adv. /in keuhn vin seuh beuhl/, adj. not convincible; incapable of being convinced. [1665 75; IN 3 + CONVINCIBLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • inconvincible — Synonyms and related words: cautious, disinclined to believe, disposed to doubt, guarded, hard of belief, impervious to persuasion, incredulous, leery, shy of belief, skeptical, suspecting, suspicious, unconvincible, uncredulous, unpersuadable,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • inconvincible — in·convincible …   English syllables

  • inconvincible — in•con•vin•ci•ble [[t]ˌɪn kənˈvɪn sə bəl[/t]] adj. incapable of being convinced • Etymology: 1665–75 in con•vin ci•bil′i•ty, n. in con•vin′ci•bly, adv …   From formal English to slang

  • inconvincible — /ɪnkənˈvɪnsəbəl/ (say inkuhn vinsuhbuhl) adjective not convincible; incapable of being convinced. –inconvincibility /ˌɪnkənvɪnsəˈbɪləti/ (say .inkuhnvinsuh biluhtee), noun –inconvincibly, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • inconvincible — |in+ adjective Etymology: probably from Late Latin inconvincibilis, from Latin in in (I) + convincibilis able to be convinced, from Latin convincere to convince + ibilis ible more at convince : incapable of being convinced …   Useful english dictionary

  • cynical — I adjective acrimonious, apt to distrust, arrogant, caustic, cavalier, censorious, condemnatory, contemptuous, contumelious, critical, decrying, defamatory, defeatist, denunciatory, derisive, derogative, derogatory, despising, disapproving,… …   Law dictionary

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