Thesaurus / insensitiveness

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Pictorially, the general aspect of New York is such that the mind speedily takes refuge in insensitiveness.

And if Upjelly's mouth revealed anything, it was secretiveness, while there was a curious Chinese insensitiveness about it.

The Secret Service SubmarineCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

The insensitiveness is similarly explained by Babinski, who uses a different method of examination.

Thus, cruelty may result from essential virility of soul in combination with insensitiveness, and so forth.

In connection with Salvator's want of sense for colour one should take his insensitiveness to other beauty.

Only her insensitiveness made his constant caress endurable.

CoquetteFrank Swinnerton

Had he some creeping sickness of the brain, the very nature of which implied his own insensitiveness to it?

Old CrowAlice Brown

Their insensitiveness about it included insensitiveness about him.

Villa ElsaStuart Henry

Let us, in turn, give it our reward—the reward for its insensitiveness—by not disclosing the names of the sages who composed it.

There are limits, even to Helen's insensitiveness, I should have imagined.'

Franklin KaneAnne Douglas Sedgwick

opposites of insensitiveness

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