unconvincingly love

Definitions

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  • adverb In an unconvincing manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in an unconvincing manner

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Examples

  • Spock’s perfect concentration was broken; he glanced over at McCoy, his expression unconvincingly calm, clearly expecting the worst.

    Demons

  • Spock’s perfect concentration was broken; he glanced over at McCoy, his expression unconvincingly calm, clearly expecting the worst.

    Demons

  • Spock’s perfect concentration was broken; he glanced over at McCoy, his expression unconvincingly calm, clearly expecting the worst.

    Demons

  • 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.

    'Rogue' Palin hints at ambitions

  • 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.

    X Factor Betting Odds: Simon And Dannii, Sitting In A Tree?

  • 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.

    Later On

  • 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.

    Later On

  • 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.

    Later On

  • 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.

    Later On

  • 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.

    Later On

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