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unresponsive
Definition:
not susceptible to suggestion or influence

Synonyms:

adjective
all
unresponsive.
cold
matter-of-fact, unenthusiastic, matter of fact, unimpassioned.
cool
Procacious, offhand, undemonstrative, offish.
dead
departed, insipid, late, dead, lifeless, stone-dead, anesthetized, deceased, bury, lost, inanimate, d.o.a., sainted.
dull
yawner, lumpy, without incident, Impassible.
inactive
supine.
indifferent
unimpressed, unsocial, unaroused, non-partisan, stoical.
inert
inert, indolent, unreactive, sluggard.
insensitive
dull, hard as nails, coldhearted, insusceptible, feelingless, Imperceptive.
not responsive
frigid, cold, insensitive, unemotional, passive, unfeeling, cool.
numb
benumbed.
obstinate
refractory.
refractory
head-strong.
remote
aloof.
slow
slow on uptake, slowest, slow on the uptake.
stuporous
stuporous.
taciturn
Irresponsive.
uncommunicative
dried up, buttoned up, clammed up.
noun
unresponsive
unreactive, cool, unamenable.
Examples of usage:
  1. As she knelt there, tears raining fast on the tiny, unresponsive face in the coffin, she heard a step behind her. – Kildares of Storm by Eleanor Mercein Kelly
  2. Elizabeth was politely interested and completely unresponsive. – The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  3. Many tried to dig into his past, but he was as unresponsive as granite. – Parrot & Co. by Harold MacGrath
  4. Nasturtiums languished here and there, where some of the women had made an effort to fight the unresponsive red clay. – Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby and Other Stories by Kathleen Norris
  5. The relay at A would be unresponsive, but the core of the relay at B would be magnetized and its armature respond to signals from A. In like manner, if the transmitter at B be closed, current would flow through similar parts and thus cause the relay at A to respond. – Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin

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