insensibility

[ in-sen-suh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF insensibility

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He had seized upon her by violence in a moment of insensibility.

It was obvious that he was going to be beaten into insensibility.

And yet, even at the time, I did not suspect him of insensibility.

The shock jarred his boiling brain into the perfect quietude of insensibility.

I believe that insensibility like this is not to be paralleled!

It would be presumptuous to ascribe such demeanor to insensibility.

Nature had made him a butt, but had denied him insensibility.

But the mischief is not limited to local weakness and insensibility.

Insensibility was very near now, but with all the will that was hers she struggled to fend it off.

That bolt, which would have shocked a mammal into insensibility, only slowed the Throg.

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