They fell still-born upon the unreceptive soil of European culture at that epoch.
Now, when she saw how unreceptive these two people were, she hoped he would not.
The force of Gillies' argument was not lost on the unreceptive Wallace.
The sensorium is ‘unreceptive,’ so the idea does not reach consciousness.
One could not appeal to stone; they were hard, unreceptive, hostile; they would turn cold eyes upon his outburst.
Those who are not the friends of the English Church denounce her as hidebound, immovable, and unreceptive.
If we are not in the mood for it, we are unreceptive of Nature's impressions, and we are irresponsive.
At the moment it was seed dropped in unreceptive soil, but it germinated later.
"So disheartening," fell on Flora Macmichel's unreceptive ear.
A being that were so unreceptive to anything external would have no ground for fear of anything external.