Insensate meaning

ĭn-sĕnsāt, -sĭt
Lacking sensibility; unfeeling.
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Lacking sensation; not feeling, or not capable of feeling, sensation; inanimate.
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Without sense or reason; foolish; stupid.
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Lacking sensibility; without regard or feeling for others; cold; insensitive.
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(medicine, physiology) Not responsive to sensory stimuli.
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One who is insensate.
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(rare) To render insensate; to deprive of sensation or consciousness.
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Origin of insensate

  • Latin īnsēnsātus in- not in–1 sēnsus understanding, reason sense

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin īnsēnsātus.

    From Wiktionary