OTHER WORDS FROM insensitivein·sen·si·tive·ness, in·sen·si·tiv·i·ty, noun
How to use insensitive in a sentence
This announcement is even more relevant given the political turmoil that started 2021 and the quick action many brands had to take to ensure their advertising and organic messaging wasn’t insensitive or positioned poorly.Facebook testing brand safety topic exclusions for advertisers|Carolyn Lyden|January 29, 2021|Search Engine Land
His subsequent horror at his own insensitivity, of course, provided fodder for a column!
At which point you might be baffled by the laughable insensitivity, or unsettled and disgusted by this appropriation.Are Narcocorrido Mexican Drug Ballads Really That Bad?|Jimmy So|November 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is challenging—calling out some Jewish intolerance and insensitivity.What Beinart Overlooks in His 'American Jewish Cocoon' Article|Gil Troy|September 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
First came details of a lawsuit in which a former employee alleged racial insensitivity on the part of Deen.Racism Is a Tough Sell: The Real Reason Everyone Dumped Paula Deen|Daniel Gross|June 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Moments later, I was receiving a long string of counter-tweets excoriating me for the supposed insensitivity of my comment.
She displayed that remarkable insensitivity of females in situations productive of both pride and embarrassment.Space Tug|Murray Leinster
All right, sometimes insensitivity could be a defense as it had at the sea gate.Key Out of Time|Andre Alice Norton