insensitive

[ in-sen-si-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF insensitive

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Calhoun drew a sample of blood from the insensitive area on Murgatroyd's flank.

Should it not be considered a mark of defective cultivation to be insensitive to color?

He was too insensitive to be reached by words, no matter how she pelted them at him.

So this that quivered in his thick fingers, too insensitive to feel it, was a valentine for him!

All insensitive tissues are made with a single sample of hard gelatine.

She was jealous, or insensitive to what was beautiful or noble in people.

The witness thought Helene too insensitive and reproached her.

Look at the modelling of the hands: they are as insensitive and convictionless as lumps of bread.

They were handsome, and not insensitive; but they showed egoism, combined with sensuality.

Although he was not an insensitive man, he was a man of generous nature.

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