Antonyms of INSENSIBLE

Examples of usage:

  1. But actions sometimes speak louder than words; and Leoline was perfectly convinced that her declaration had not fallen on insensible ears. "The Midnight Queen" by May Agnes Fleming
  2. " She has lost a great deal of blood, will be much weakened, and is totally insensible now," Doctor Brudenell continued; " but no vital part is touched- not the fault of that scoundrel, though, sergeant." "A Bachelor's Dream" by Mrs. Hungerford
  3. It is apt to be affected by local or personal political influence to which the chief executive would be insensible. "The American Judiciary" by Simeon E. Baldwin, LLD
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