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unreceptive

adjective as in inhospitable

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Of course, even when companies try to be receptive, they may not get it right.

Committing to monitoring and activating SEO insights in as near to real-time as possible gives organizations the opportunity to meet customers and prospects where and when they’re most receptive to your messaging.

While Nwosu does use Zoom, he finds students more receptive when they see him in person.

Finding ways to connect with your audience and letting them know your values align with theirs can make them more receptive to your messaging.

Michael brooded unreceptive; he had a sense of monstrous loneliness; he could think of nothing.

A being that were so unreceptive to anything external would have no ground for fear of anything external.

At the moment it was seed dropped in unreceptive soil, but it germinated later.

The force of Gillies' argument was not lost on the unreceptive Wallace.

To any direct influence upon her style George Sand was completely unreceptive.

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On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unreceptive, such as: akin, alike, associative, cliquish, close, and insular.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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