unperceptive


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unperceptive

(ˌʌnpəˈsɛptɪv)
adj
slow at perceiving, not observant
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unperceptive - lacking perceptionunperceptive - lacking perception; "as unperceptive as a boulder"
perceptive - having the ability to perceive or understand; keen in discernment; "a perceptive eye"; "a perceptive observation"
2.unperceptive - lacking sensitivity, taste, or judgmentunperceptive - lacking sensitivity, taste, or judgment
indiscriminating, undiscriminating - not discriminating

unperceptive

adjective
Unwilling or unable to perceive:
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The unperceptive salesman replied, "I guess so," losing himself the sale.
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