unpersuadable


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When asked by the BBC if he was "not unpersuadable" about an extension, he said: "No, because if they turned round and had a rock solid case...
When asked by the BBC if he was 'not unpersuadable' about an extension, he said, 'No, because if they turned round and had a rock-solid case...
He made the non-believers believe, persuaded the" unpersuadable," conquered the unconquerable and helped corporate America realize the tremendous purchasing power of the African-American consumer.
Well, for one thing, four decades of extraordinary devotion to craft have honed a diction and a cadence that are exactly suited to a sensibility which shows an incomparable purity "to will one thing," an unpersuadable need to confront everything modern civilization displaces and forgets and to dismantle language utterly in order to represent what it has succeeded in closing with.