Lacking in sensitivity to the feelings or circumstances of others; unfeeling.(adjective)
Lacking in responsiveness: insensitive to the needs of the customers. (adjective)
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Use "insensitive" in a sentence
"The reason I call it insensitive is because I believe that characteristics like intelligence are amorphous and that these characteristics go into making up our sense of self-hood."
"The slur has been painted over, but Cain said he finds this use of the word "insensitive.""
"SYRACUSE, New York Reuters - Syracuse University head basketball coach Jim Boeheim, who two weeks ago lashed out at those accusing a former assistant of sexually molesting ball boys, apologized on Friday for what he called insensitive remarks and said he "misspoke very badly.""