from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Impossible to convince: was inconvincible as to the validity of our idea.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Incapable of being convinced.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not convincible; incapable of being convinced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not convincible; incapable of being convinced.
We can justifiably describe Jordanes as "invincibly inconvincible."
We still agree, I am sure, on nineteen points out of twenty, and on the twentieth I am not inconvincible.
Yet, it was fair to say, he had not been by any means inconvincible about the new Works.
If I had assured her that she would be torn limb from limb, like an inconvincible aristocrat flaunting abroad during the early days of the French Revolution, she would have grown enthusiastic.
As long as there is the smallest fraction of a decimal unaccounted for in a mathematical way, this individual is inconvincible.
But both the bishop and the senator were thoughtful for them and when they came tardily to the board they found the group close about the old commodore, their own places saved and the judge and the general sustaining the squire's rather peppery assertion to the courteous but vilely inconvincible commodore, that certain new laws of Congress must be upheld with all the national power,
One other meeting, on the 25th, will suffice: the Commons are inconvincible, the
It is a conceit altogether void of reason, but it is so wilful and pertinacious, that it is almost utterly inconvincible, and so it puts souls in the most desperate forlorn estate that can be imagined.
Convinced the inconvincible Aamir over dinner to come on Twitter, "Bachchan had written on his account.