Definition of "unimpressionable" [unimpressionable]
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"Stevens quotes from writers of the time who strenuously objected to the thought that the charming and graceful Ramona could be derived from a race described as "squat," with "straight, coarse black hair, thick lips and high cheek bones," as well as being "dull, heavy and unimpressionable," and "lazy, cruel, cowardly, and covetous.""
"Ah! what mad desires dashing up against some rock of obstruction or indifference, and flung back again from the unimpressionable granite!"
"He cannot recognise that this phlegmatic and unimpressionable body with which he now goes burthened, is the same that he knew heretofore so quick and delicate and alive."