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- adj. Not persuadable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Incapable of being persuaded or influenced by motives urged.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not susceptible to persuasion
Acknowledgement of this reality should strengthen Iranians 'belief in the effectiveness of persuasion in making allies of even the most seemingly unpersuadable members of society by focusing not on threats and intimidation, but reason and incentives.
It appears that 26 Democrats who voted “no” last time will almost be unpersuadable.
FOX's power lies not in its audience size -- which is puny and consists mostly of unpersuadable voters. this coming from moveon. and kos agrees! lmao.
FOX's power lies not in its audience size -- which is puny and consists mostly of unpersuadable voters.
I think it's admirable to want to believe in hope, but hope can really only take you so far, when you're going up against people who are not only unpersuadable, but who view you as the enemy in a war.
If Obama were elected president and became a god-awful one, these people would be like the unpersuadable hard cores who still stick by Bush.
FOX's power lies not in its audience size – which is puny and consists mostly of unpersuadable voters.
Nick embraced her, laughing, and she felt unpersuadable in his arms.
He was unreasonable and unpersuadable and used intemperate language.
She took notice of them — Why these sighs, why these heavings here? said she, patting my neck — O my dear Niece, who would have thought so much natural sweetness could be so very unpersuadable?
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