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  • n  a lack of sensibility
  • n  devoid of passion or feeling; hardheartedness

  • The local priest, one Kosheliev, caused the suspected culprits to be immersed in a freezing stream for an hour, and then beaten into insensibility.
  • I Saye and I Doe," gets up from the floor, knocks the Negro out, thus proving the naive hypothesis that "though an English gentleman's strength and insensibility might be inferior .
  • As a consequence of suffering the tensions of the Irish doublespeak May 24, the Irish insensibility to romantic love, their ridicule of tragic feeling, the refusal, repression .

  • Johnny Isakson in TMCnet
    I've been terribly see what is total insensibility on most of corporate America,Isakson said Monday. "To see incredibly high raises when we are in a difficult time and when people are tightening their belts illustrates...
  • Gianfranco Fini in Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
    I hope to be proved wrong this evening, Fini added, but in the budget under discussion "the Government's total insensibility to issues concerning law and order and taxation has to be condemned. After a lot of talk, it does not seem to us...

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