1. Having a low or inadequate temperature or feeling a sensation of coldness or having been made cold by e.g. ice or refrigeration
2. Lacking the warmth of life
3. Feeling or showing no enthusiasm; SYN. cool.
4. Having lost freshness through passage of time
5. Psychological coldness; without human warmth or emotion
6. Marked by errorless familiarity
7. Without compunction or human feeling; SYN. cold-blooded, inhuman, insensate.
8. Of a seeker (in a game with a hidden object); far from the object sought
9. Sexually unresponsive; SYN. frigid.
10. So intense as to be almost uncontrollable
11. Unconscious from a blow or shock or intoxication
12. (Color) Giving no sensation of warmth
crass / kræs /
ETYM Latin crassus thick, fat, gross, prob. orig., closely woven. Related to Grease animal fat, and cf. Crate, Hurdle.
(Of persons) So unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility.
dumb / dəm /
1. Lacking the human power of speech
2. of a person , often offensive; lacking the ability to speak
3. Temporarily unable to speak (as from shock or astonishment)
4. Not expressed in uttered words
5. Silent; also; Taciturn
6. Lacking some usual attribute or accompaniment; especially; having no means of self-propulsion
7. Lacking intelligence; stupid
8. Showing a lack of intelligence
9. Requiring no intelligence
10. Not having the capability to process data — compare intelligent
ETYM Latin insensibilis: cf. French insensible. Related to In- not, and Sensible.
1. Incapable of physical sensation.
2. Unresponsive to stimulation; SYN. senseless.
3. (Followed by 'to' or 'by') Unaware of or indifferent to; SYN. unaffected.
insensitive / ɪnsensətɪv /
1. Deficient in human sensibility; not mentally or morally sensitive
2. Not responsive to physical stimuli
insusceptible / ɪnsəseptəbəl /
stolid / stɑːləd /
ETYM Latin stolidus.
Not easily aroused or excited; dull; impassive; foolish.
thick-skinned / θɪk skɪnd /
1. Having a thick skin; pachydermatous
2. Callous, insensitive; impervious to criticism