insensitive adj.

1 not knowing or caring how sb else feels

VERBS appear, be, seem | become, grow | make sb | think sb I don't want to be thought insensitive, but I do think we should go ahead despite the accident.

ADV. extremely, highly, incredibly, remarkably, very | totally | a bit, rather, somewhat

PREP. to Years of abuse at boarding school had made him insensitive to others' suffering.

2 not able to feel/be influenced by sth

VERBS be | remain

ADV. completely, totally | almost | largely | fairly, relatively

PREP. to The machine is relatively insensitive to changes in the atmosphere.