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in-sensĭbĭlis , e, adj.,
I.that cannot be felt, insensible, imperceptible (post-class.).
I. Pass.: “morbus,Ser. Samm. 3, 2. — As subst.: insensĭbĭlĭa , ium, n., things of no account, Lact. 2, 2, 17; 2, 5, 1.—
(β). Things imperceptible, Apul. Asclep. 19, p. 87. —
B. Trop., incomprehensible: “inenarrabile esse ait, et propemodum insensibile,Gell. 17, 10, 17.—
II. Act., that cannot feel, insensible, senseless: “simulacra,Lact. 6, 13 fin.: “deus,id. 7, 3, 7; 4, 1, 2 al.Adv.: insensĭbĭlĭter , insensibly, Cassiod.
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