Algarcife, coming in from his more systematic employment, would marvel vaguely at her unresponsiveness.
Irritated by her unresponsiveness, he grew almost impertinent.
Her unresponsiveness hurt him, and he said: "You don't seem to care whether I go or not."
She shook her head again and relapsed into unresponsiveness.
Many young people were described as silent nihilists, persons who were characterized by unresponsiveness and vast indifference.
Full of the warmth of his own emotions, he failed to grasp the significance of her unresponsiveness.
He told Theo all, and was vexed by her unresponsiveness to his new-born enthusiasm.
He said no one knew the agonies he suffered at seeing his mother's disappointment over his apparent coldness and unresponsiveness.
Brother Edwards could not understand this unresponsiveness on the part of his people.
Not even Bradley's unresponsiveness seemed to have a decided discouraging effect.
early 15c., "making answer," from Middle French responsif and directly from Late Latin responsivus "answering," from Latin respons-, past participle stem of respondere (see respond). Meaning "responding to influence or action" is from 1762. Related: Responsively; responsiveness.