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Definition of "unsensible" [un•sen•si•ble]

  • Not sensible; silly, foolish. (adjective)
  • That cannot be sensed; imperceptible. (adjective)
  • Out of one's senses; unconscious. (adjective)

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Use "unsensible" in a sentence
  • "There is nothing unsensible about buying a designer handbag if one has the money, other than the word "unsensible", which is nonexistent."
  • "The directions from the farmhouse to the impossibly secluded Beach Hut were clear, but scrambling across cliff tops with bags and very unsensible footwear, we had only an inadequate torch and the alarming sound of crashing waves to make sure our romantic holiday didn't start with the wrong sort of splash."
  • "My question is, beyond it not only be practically unsensible to "resurrect" Twoface just so he can flip coins and shoot folks in the third movie because HE DIED in The Dark Knight, why do you need to see him do that?"
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