insusceptible


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in·sus·cep·ti·ble

 (ĭn′sə-sĕp′tə-bəl)
adj.
Not susceptible: insusceptible to bribery.

in·sus·cep′ti·bil′i·ty n.
in′sus·cep′ti·bly adv.

insusceptible

(ˌɪnsəˈsɛptəbəl)
adj
(when: postpositive, usually foll by to) not capable of being affected (by); not susceptible (to)
ˌinsusˌceptiˈbility n
ˌinsusˈceptibly adv

in•sus•cep•ti•ble

(ˌɪn səˈsɛp tə bəl)

adj.
not susceptible; not readily influenced or affected (usu. fol. by of or to).
[1595–1605]
in`sus•cep`ti•bil′i•ty, n.
in`sus•cep′ti•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.insusceptible - not susceptible to
insensitive - not responsive to physical stimuli; "insensitive to radiation"

insusceptible

adjective
1. Not capable of being affected or impressed:
2. Having the capacity to withstand:
Translations

insusceptible

adjnicht anfällig (to für), unempfindlich (to gegen); (fig: = immune) → unempfänglich (to für); insusceptible to painschmerzunempfindlich
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Even a matron is not insusceptible to flattery, and the prospect of a visitor whose great object would be to listen to her conversation, was not without its charms to Mrs.
It fell upon his ear with many tones of tenderness, that were not insusceptible of the new meaning.
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considered insusceptible of being applied to individuals consistently
shows up to work on a bad day) insusceptible to the emotions and motives
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Bloomberg said that the devaluated Egyptian pound was insusceptible to the plummet that faced Turkish and Argentine currencies, leaving them at low records.
This extensively drug-resistant typhoid has become insusceptible to antibiotics, prompting the United States' Center for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a health advisory for travel to Pakistan.
To the extent that a poem is a thing made of language, and to the extent that something made of language seeks to describe something insusceptible of linguistic description, it will not only fail but necessarily fail.