insensible insensible  /ɪn ˈsɛn sə bəl/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) incapable of physical sensation
  2. (adj) unaware of or indifferent to
  3. (adj) barely able to be perceived
  4. (adj) unresponsive to stimulation

Usage(s):

  1. Yet despite appearances, the heir to Britain's throne is not insensible to the power of technology.
  2. Yet despite appearances, the heir to Britain's throne is not insensible to the power of technology.
  3. As a culture, they really enjoy binge drinking to the point when they're completely insensible.

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  1. "He [John] is insensible of both his own folly and danger, and of the divine goodness in so miraculously saving him," Charles wrote
    on Aug 28, 2008 By: Charles Wesley Source: Virtue Online

  2. World-renowned doctor and author Andrew Weil says, "Electromagnetic pollution (EMF) may be the most significant form of pollution human activity has produced in this century, all the more dangerous because it is invisible and insensible."
    on Mar 26, 2010 By: Andrew Weil Source: Sonoma Index-Tribune

  3. "It is insensible that hard working families in my home state of California and across this country continue to fall victim to the recklessness and greed of Wall Street," said Congresswoman Lee. "The same Wall Street that relied on tax-payer...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Barbara Lee Source: California Chronicle

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