(?), a. [L. insensatus. See In- not, and Sensate.] Wanting sensibility; destitute of sense; stupid; foolish.
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The silence and the calm
Of mute, insensate things.
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The meddling folly or insensate ambition of statesmen.

-- In*sen"sate*ly, adv. -- In*sen"sate*ness, n.
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