insensate

[ in-sen-seyt, -sit ]SEE DEFINITION OF insensate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSENSATE

It was insensate folly on his part, ridiculous from any point of view.

More than once he had hoped the insensate fury of the blizzard might abate.

It was hardly more now, as the Lady plodded on, than an insensate log.

Regret at their insensate rage is sure to succeed all such outbreaks.

Then an insensate wish to stab him to the heart made her turn her head and look at him.

How different dear Mr. Hutton's hand was from its dull, insensate image!

The optic nerve is a shrunken, atrophied and insensate thread.

One of his complaints was that his wife was mute and insensate, and sat silent at his board.

She could not explain a devotion that instigated her to an insensate course.

Katherine gazed down at the insensate mass in utter hopelessness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INSENSATE

insentient

adjectiveinanimate
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