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senseless (2 the commonest sense)
1. having no sense (viz. of hearing), inattentive Cym. II. iii. 58*; “ of,” insensible to AYL. II. vii. 55 “ of the bob,” Cym. I. i. 135 “ of your wrath” ; (?) regardless Tim. II. ii. 1 “senseless of expense.”
2. having no sensation, inanimate Cæs. I. i. 39 “you worse than things,” Ven. 211 “cold and stone” ; R2 III. ii. 23 “my conjuration” (=conjuring of an inanimate thing).
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