Douglas came down late, and was very silent and irresponsive.
She sighed once or twice as she glanced at the girl's irresponsive face.
It may be that most people are not sensitive to colour; any of our senses may be irresponsive.
Suddenly into those blank, irresponsive eyes there leaped recognition.
Her eyes were fixed on the carpet, and her face was as irresponsive to the welcome offered as she could make it.
But she was irresponsive because she was shy, uncomfortably, painfully shy.
Such might be irresponsive, but doubtless had been fearfully real to Alice.
They are as irresponsive to the voices all about them as the mole is to the singing of April robins.
If we are not in the mood for it, we are unreceptive of Nature's impressions, and we are irresponsive.
A man's ordinary sleep is at once unstable and irresponsive.
irresponsive ir·re·spon·sive (ĭr'ĭ-spŏn'sĭv)
Not responsive, as to treatment or stimuli.
Not responding or answering readily.