عديم الحس, عديم الشعور, بربري, أحمق, خلو من الإدراك, وحشي
Adjective(1) devoid of feeling and consciousness and animation, or insensate(2) without compunction or human feeling
(1) Since the sexual revolution of the sixties, in fact, insensate jealousy of the kind that leads to death in Vilnius hotel rooms has become not morbid or pathological, but perfectly normal, at least in the statistical sense.(2) Fahrenheit 9/11 is a movie so evil and depraved it has caused him to foam in insensate rage without having seen it.(3) Ingesting drugs - unless they render you completely insensate , which isn't a bad thing - serves only to accentuate personality qualities you already possess.(4) The innocuous trauma of high pressure jets and bubble massage to the insensate breast and back areas had caused the bruising seen in the picture.(5) Anaxagoras compounded this heresy by alleging that the stars were insensate bodies as well, stones carried in orbit by the rapid movement of the heavens and that occasionally a stone might detach itself to become a falling star.(6) It's tricky to separate the emotional memory of watching a movie (and I saw this one slightly drunk, at 11 pm at night, surrounded by a huge number of similarly insensate people) from the emotion evoked by the music itself.(7) The act released his physical energies without unfettering his will; his mind was still spellbound, but his powerful body and agile limbs, endowed with a blind, insensate life of their own, resisted stoutly and well.(8) The insensate desire for speed is what blinds us to the carnage cars cause.(9) It would have to be with the video for maximum impact, since the sight of Bono's smug histrionics reduces all sensitive sentient creatures to a state of rabid insensate rage.(10) His money and position have rendered him insensate, an exemplar of a culture which has become itself insensate , which refuses to learn from history.(11) Alias captures the look and feel of the hit ABC TV show, with players battling the forces of insensate evil.(12) She pointed to a heap of insensate lobsters piled in a corner.(13) Natural scientists in general, and biologists in particular, often adopt some version of the Cartesian presumption that nonhuman animals are insensate machines made of meat.(14) And never mind that, five years ago, according to a report in the Miami Herald, the couple openly conceded that she was insensate , her brain destroyed.(15) Initially my plan had been to buy up every copy that had snuck into the country and destroy it before it managed to corrupt some poor young child whose future would be better served by painting fences or being beaten insensate with a belt.(16) When Logan was concerned, I was still insensate .
(1) insensate :: وحشي
1. insentient ::
1. animate ::
2. feeling ::
3. sensible ::
4. sensitive ::
5. sentient ::
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