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[ɪnsˈɛnsəbə͡l], [ɪnsˈɛnsəbə‍l], [ɪ_n_s_ˈɛ_n_s_ə_b_əl]

Synonyms for Insensible:

inert (adjective)

apathetic, catatonic, comatose, dormant, idle, immobile, inactive, inanimate, inert, languid, languorous, lethargic, lifeless, listless, motionless, paralytic, passive, reposing, sedentary, sluggish, stagnant, static, stationary, still, vegetative.

lethargic (adjective)

benumbed, dopey, drooping, drugged, dull, indolent, lackadaisical, lazy, leaden, leisurely, lumpish, phlegmatic, slothful, slow, tired, torpid, unhurried.

senseless (adjective)

aloof, anesthetized, blacked out, callous, dead, faint, insensitive, insentient, narcotic, numb, oblivious, senseless, soporific, swooning, trance-like, unconscious, unfeeling, unperceptive.

unaware (adjective)

ignorant, inattentive, incognizant, preoccupied, uninformed, unknowing, unobservant.

Other synonyms and related words:

Hard-hearted, Imperceptive, Impercipient, Incult, Indurated, Inobservant, Laodicean, Lethean, Pococurante, abandoned, abiotic, absent-minded, absorbed, abstracted, adamant, adamantine, affiliation, alienated, allay one's excitability, alter, anaesthetic, anaesthetised, anaesthetize, anaesthetized, analgesia, anesthetic, anesthetised, animal, apathetical, appease, asleep, assify, association, attitude, attraction, attractor, awareness, azoic, base, be insensible, beastly, behind the curtain, benumb, bestial, bewildered, blind, blind to, blinded, blindfold, blindfolded, bloodless, blunt, brutal, brutalize, brute, brutify, brutish, business-like, camouflaged, carnal, casual, caught napping, chilly, chloroform, cloth-eared, clueless, coarse, cold, cold-blooded, cold-hearted, colourless, comfortable, common, complacent, compose, concealed, cool, cool-headed, crass, creeping, crude, dead to, deaden, deadened, deadlock, deaf, deaf to, deathlike, deathly, decayed, deliberate, demure, detached, dilatory, dim-sighted, disguised, disinterested, dispassionate, disregard, disregardful, distant, dumb, easy, emotionless, employed ineffectually, enduring, engrossed, exanimate, feelings, forgetful, frigid, gaily, gentle, glacial, gone, gradual, grave, gross, hard, hard-boiled, hard-nosed, hardbitten, hardened, haul, haulage, hazy, heartless, heavy-handed, hebetate, heedless, hidden, high-handed, hook, horror, icy, ill-bred, ill-defined, ill-informed, illiberal, illiterate, imbruted, immaterial, impalpable, impasse, impassible, impassive, impenetrable, imperceivable, imperceptible, impersonal, imperturbable, impervious, implacable, imponderable, in a faint, in ignorance of, inanimated, inappreciable, inattention, inaudible, incomprehensible, inconsiderate, inconspicuous, incurious, indifferent, indiscernible, indistinct, indistinguishable, indurate, inexcitable, inflexible, ingrate, innocent, insensate, insensible to, insouciant, insusceptible, intangible, intent, intractable, inured, invisible, iron, irritable, knocked out, knowledge, lacking import, lascivious, latent, link, linkup, lost, lost honor, lost to, lot, low, lowbred, lowbrow, lukewarm, make light of, master one's feelings, matter of fact, mechanical, mechanistic, merciless, mind-blind, mindless, missing, moderate, mute, myopic, napping, nearsighted, necktie, neglect, nescient, nil admirari, nitwitted, nonchalant, nonconceiving, nonconscious, nonintellectual, nonliving, nonmaterial, nonphysical, nonunderstanding, not care, not mind, not with it, numbed, numbing, obdurate, obscure, obtund, obtundent, obtuse, otiose, out, out cold, out like a light, out of it, out of sight, overcome one's excitability, pachydermatous, painless, pall, palsied, paralysed, paralyze, parted with, passionless, perfunctory, perplexed, philosophic, phlegmatical, pitiless, platonic, pointless, proof, propitiate, purblind, purposeless, put under, raffish, rapt, reasonless, removed, render callous, render insensible, repress, repress one's excitability, reptatorial, repugnance, repulsion, restrain, revulsion, ritualistic, rocky, rough, rough-hewn, roughneck, rude, rugged, secret, sedate, sedated, semiconscious, sensationless, sensual, set at naught, shameless, shortsighted, show insensibility, sightless, slack, sleeper, snail-like, sober, soft-witted, softheaded, sottish, soulless, spiritless, squandered, staid, stalemate, standoff, stayed, steely, stoic, stoical, stolid, stoney, stony, stony-hearted, stun, stunned, stupefy, stuporous, submerged, superfluous, swinish, tardigrade, tardy, tasteless, thankless, the past, thick-skinned, thick-witted, thoughtless, tie, tough, traceless, unacquainted, unaffected, unanimated, unapparent, unappreciable, unappreciative, unapprehending, unartistic, unaware, unaware of, unbeheld, unbeholdable, unbodied, uncaring, uncompassionate, uncomprehending, unconcerned, unconscious of, uncorporal, uncouth, uncultivated, uncultured, uncurious, under, undetectable, undiplomatic, undiscernible, undiscerning, unemotional, unenlightened, unenthusiastic, unexcitable, unfamiliar, unfelt, ungrateful, unhearing, unheedful, unimportance for, unimpressible, unimpressionable, uninsightful, uninspired, uninstructed, unintellectual, unintelligible, uninterested, uninvolved, unmindful, unmindful of, unmoral, unmoved, unmoving, unnoticeable, unnoticed, unobservable, unobserved, unobvious, unpassionate, unperceivable, unperceived, unperceiving, unpolished, unprehensive, unready, unrealized, unrealizing, unrefined, unresponsive, unscholarly, unseeable, unseeing, unseen, unsentimental, unspiritual, unsusceptible, unsuspecting, unsympathetic, unthankful, untouched, unviewed, unwitnessed, unwitting, unyielding, vegetate, viewless, vile, vulgar, wanting in gratitude, wanting in graungrateful, wasted, without feeling, witless, wooden.

Quotes for Insensible:

  1. 'Tis very great pity that they who are so apt to over -rate themselves in smaller matters, shou'd, where it most concerns them to know, and stand upon their Value, be so insensible of their own worth. Mary Astell.
  2. Those who have virtue always in their mouths, and neglect it in practice, are like a harp, which emits a sound pleasing to others, while itself is insensible of the music. Diogenes.
  3. The chief benefit, which results from philosophy, arises in an indirect manner, and proceeds more from its secret, insensible influence, than from its immediate application. David Hume.