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insensible

 [in-sen´sĭ-b'l]
1. devoid of sensibility or consciousness.
2. not perceptible to the senses.

in·sen·si·ble

(in-sen'si-bĕl),
1. Synonym(s): unconscious
2. Not appreciable by the senses.
[L. insensibilis, fr. in, neg. + sentio, pp. sensus, to feel]

insensible

/in·sen·si·ble/ (-sen´sĭ-b'l)
1. devoid of sensibility or consciousness.
2. not perceptible to the senses.

insensible

[insen′sibəl]
Etymology: L, in + sentire, to feel
1 pertaining to a person who is unconscious for any reason.
2 pertaining to a person who is apathetic or deprived of normal sense perceptions.

in·sen·si·ble

(in-sen'si-bĕl)
1. Synonym(s): unconscious.
2. Not appreciable by the senses.

insensible

Lacking the power of feeling. Unconscious.

in·sen·si·ble

(in-sen'si-bĕl)
1. Synonym(s): unconscious.
2. Not appreciable by the senses.

insensible

1. devoid of sensibility or consciousness.
2. not perceptible to the senses.

insensible sweating
water lost by evaporation from the skin without the skin or hair becoming obviously wet.