insensible definition

  • adjective:
    • Imperceptible; inappreciable: an insensible change in temperature.
    • really small or gradual: insensible activity.
    • Having lost consciousness, particularly temporarily; unconscious: put insensible where he previously dropped.
    • Not invested with feeling; inanimate: insensible clay.
    • lacking real feeling or perhaps the power to react, concerning discomfort or cool; numb.
    • Unaware; unmindful: I'm not insensible of one's concern.
    • perhaps not emotionally receptive; indifferent: insensible to criticism.
    • Lacking meaning; unintelligible.
    • incapable of be perceived because of the sensory faculties.
    • unable or deprived of physical feeling.
    • Unable to be grasped; unintelligible.
    • Lacking sense or cleverness.
    • incompetent at emotional experience; indifferent.
    • not capable of psychological experience; callous; apathetic.
    • Destitute of the energy of feeling or perceiving; wanting bodily sensibility; unconscious.
    • maybe not prone of emotion or enthusiasm; void of sensation; apathetic; unconcerned; indifferent; ; -- usually used with of or to.
    • not capable of becoming observed because of the senses; imperceptible. Thus: Progressing by imperceptible levels; slow; steady.
    • maybe not practical or reasonable; meaningless.
    • incompetent at feeling a certain sensation or feeling.
    • scarcely capable of being thought of
    • unacquainted with or indifferent to
    • incapable of real feeling
    • unresponsive to stimulation
  • others:
    • Not perceptible because of the sensory faculties; imperceptible; inappreciable.
    • perhaps not sensible to your mind; perhaps not consciously apprehended or appreciated; involuntary.
    • without having the energy of sensation or sensation; without corporeal sensibility.
    • Not prone of feeling or passion; void of feeling or tenderness: because, is insensible toward sufferings of other people.
    • Void of good sense or meaning; meaningless.
    • Dull, torpid, senseless, involuntary, unfeeling, unsusceptible, indifferent, tough, callous.
  • noun:
    • One who is without sensibility; a thoroughly apathetic person.

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