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Pronunciation of Insensible: Learn how to pronounce Insensible in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word insensible:

adjective
1 [usually as complement] without one’s mental faculties, typically as a result of injury or intoxication; unconscious:
they knocked each other insensible with their fists
(of a person or bodily extremity) without feeling; numb:
the horny and insensible tip of the beak
2 (insensible of/to) unaware of or indifferent to:
they slept on, insensible to the headlight beams
3too small or gradual to be perceived; inappreciable:
varying by insensible degrees
Derivatives

insensibly
adverb
Origin:

late Middle English (also in the senses ‘unable to be perceived’ and ‘incapable of physical sensation’): partly from Old French insensible (from Latin insensibilis, from in- ‘not’ + sensibilis, from sensus ‘sense’), partly from in-1 ‘not’ + sensible