It is from fifty to one hundred and fifty yards wide, always rapid, rocky, and insusceptible of navigation.
It fell upon his ear with many tones of tenderness, that were not insusceptible of the new meaning.
These disputes are the most insusceptible of determination, because they have no foundation in reason.
It is essentially in this region, insusceptible of any absolute classification, that the above-named conditions play their part.
insusceptible, in-sus-sep′ti-bl, adj. not susceptible: not capable of feeling or of being affected—also Insuscep′tive.
It is insusceptible of rust, as gold and silver are, none of the acids affecting it, excepting the aqua regia.
Life itself is insusceptible of any definition which satisfies, but we know that we live, nevertheless.
Some natural defect perhaps makes you insusceptible in spite of yourself?
It remains as a pure deduction from the philosophical conception of Monism, incapable of proof, insusceptible of refutation.
Still it is idle to deny that the doctrines are insusceptible of proof.