unimpressible


Also found in: Legal.

unimpressible

(ˌʌnɪmˈprɛsəbəl)
adj
not capable of being or willing to be impressed
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
'No, but still it is very unpleasant to live with such unimpressible, incomprehensible creatures.
But when the day is done, even the most unimpressible must yield to the dreamy influences of this tranquil starlight.
Even had there been no bitter recollections, nor any hostile interest now at stake between them, the mere natural repugnance of the more sensitive system to the massive, weighty, and unimpressible one, must, in itself, have been disastrous to the former.
Another objectionable circumstance is, that the pokey unknowns support each other in being unimpressible. They persist in not being frightened by the gold and silver camels, and they are banded together to defy the elaborately chased ice-pails.
Clara was honest and quiet; but heavy, mindless, and unimpressible: not one whit to my taste.
The advantage of the Napoleon temperament, impassive, unimpressible by others, is a signal convenience over this tender one which every aunt & schoolgirl can daunt & tether.
Uranus in your floaty, swirly bits means that you're going to lose weight by following an all-you-can-eat diet, get fit by taking lifts, be upgraded to business class on every flight on the back of your friendly Valleys accent, get your own TV show where top-notch chefs TRYto impress unimpressible you, win the Lottery without having ever put a pound on, and be happy, happy, happy with your lot.