Related formsin·sus·cep·ti·bil·i·ty, nounin·sus·cep·ti·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for insusceptible
Life itself is insusceptible of any definition which satisfies, but we know that we live, nevertheless.A Little Book for Christmas|Cyrus Townsend Brady
They knew Mrs. Hilary to be a muddled bigot, whose mind was stuffed with concrete instances and insusceptible of abstract reason.Dangerous Ages|Rose Macaulay
Insusceptible, in-sus-sep′ti-bl, adj. not susceptible: not capable of feeling or of being affected—also Insuscep′tive.
It fell upon his ear with many tones of tenderness, that were not insusceptible of the new meaning.Little Dorrit|Charles Dickens
It is insusceptible of rust, as gold and silver are, none of the acids affecting it, excepting the aqua regia.