- adv. In an unconvincing manner.
- adv. in an unconvincing manner
“Spock’s perfect concentration was broken; he glanced over at McCoy, his expression unconvincingly calm, clearly expecting the worst.”
“Yet Palin unconvincingly blames her political enemies — including those questioning whether she was really the mother of her last child — for forcing her July resignation as governor, for the good of Alaska.”
“As far as we can tell, all the elimination decisions rest solely with the public for the remainder of X Factor, which leaves Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Sharon Osbourne with little more to do than squabble amongst themselves in unconvincingly stage-managed ways.”
“The correct view is exactly the opposite-if McCain knows the truth, doesn't really believe what he's saying and tells lies unconvincingly, that is evidence of the far deeper corruption of the man.”
“Humperdinck's take on Sleeping Beauty reconfigures it unconvincingly as a version of Parsifal, writes Andrew Clements”
“Also, Jordan Dorsey, he who last sang an Usher song so unconvincingly he seemed to give up about half way through the song.”
“I wached some special on the History channel the other night where a lot of people were very unconvincingly trying to convince the world of this.”
“Davies overplays the part unconvincingly (but it really is a bizarre performance that has to be seen to be believed).”
“George Is Dead," which features Marlo Thomas as a self-centered socialite who is thrust without warning into widowhood, starts out like a bloated version of one of the satirical comedy routines that Ms. May used to do with Mike Nichols back in the 1950s, then lurches unconvincingly into pseudo-seriousness.”
“Mr. Bollen has to keep a lot of balls in the air, and he ultimately loses his touch in an unconvincingly violent and coincidence-layered ending.”
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