Definition of insensately in English:



See insensate

‘Which songs will you hear insensately on the radio or groove to until your back gets sore at the club?’
  • ‘But unlike an object insensately obeying physical laws, I have been altered by it.’
  • ‘They also have a tendency to become rather insensately hostile to anyone who questions their belief system in any way.’
  • ‘Energy, matter or information aren't insensately encountered or accumulated, but have profound impacts on real behaviors in next and future moments.’
  • ‘A layman will pile up all instruments he can get and will often use them so brusquely, insensately, without deploying the necessary creative and thinking processes.’



/inˈsenˌsātlē/ /ɪnˈsɛnˌseɪtli/