Insensible meaning

ĭn-sĕn'sə-bəl
Lacking meaning; unintelligible.
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Imperceptible; inappreciable.

An insensible change in temperature.

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Very small or gradual.

Insensible movement.

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Having lost consciousness, especially temporarily; unconscious.

Lay insensible where he had fallen.

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Not invested with sensation; inanimate.

Insensible clay.

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Devoid of physical sensation or the power to react, as to pain or cold; numb.
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Unaware; unmindful.

I am not insensible of your concern.

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Not emotionally responsive; indifferent.

Insensible to criticism.

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Lacking sensation; not having the power to perceive with the senses.
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Having lost sensation; unconscious.
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Not recognizing or realizing; unaware; indifferent.
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Not responsive emotionally; without feeling.
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So small, slight, or gradual as to be virtually imperceptible.
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Not intelligible; without meaning.
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Senseless; stupid.
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Unable to be perceived by the senses.
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Incapable or deprived of physical sensation.
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Unable to be understood; unintelligible.
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Incapable of mental feeling; indifferent.
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Incapable of emotional feeling; callous; apathetic.
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Origin of insensible

Middle English from Old French from Latin īnsēnsibilis imperceivable in- not in–1 sēnsibilis perceptible sensible