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But a stability of purpose peculiar to unsensitive and egoistic young men kept Hazlitt to his quest.Erik Dorn|Ben Hecht
What he wanted he went after with a cold and unsensitive directness that no newspapers had been courageous enough to characterise.The Streets of Ascalon|Robert W. Chambers
The third was achieved by a boy of three,—a child, in general, unsensitive to music.Here and Now Story Book|Lucy Sprague Mitchell
The organ of taste is thought to be very unsensitive, and the sense of touch but slightly developed.
Jean-sans-terre was not so unsensitive to praise as he was to blame.Holiday Tales|Florence Wilford