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insensate cruelty

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  • in|sen´sate|ly — in|sen|sate «ihn SEHN sayt, siht», adjective. 1. without sensation; lifeless; inanimate: »insensate stones. 2. unmoved; unfeeling; brutal: »insensate cruelty. 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|sen|sate — «ihn SEHN sayt, siht», adjective. 1. without sensation; lifeless; inanimate: »insensate stones. 2. unmoved; unfeeling; brutal: »insensate cruelty. 3 …   Useful english dictionary

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