Definition of insentient in English:

insentient

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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsɛnʃ(ə)nt
 
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adjective

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insentience

noun
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  • We may be battered practically into insentience, and we may simultaneously be hurting beyond what anyone could imagine.
  • A short period of insentience or unawareness as a prelude to death - usually lasting for no more than a few days - does not violate intrinsic human dignity.
  • He began to wonder if his gift might have been a curse: the ancient mariner has ‘strange power of speech’, but yearns to be relieved of it, restored to insentience and silence.

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