senseless (adj.) Old form(s): senceles, sencelesse, senselesse
unconscious, insensible, oblivious
Cym I.ii.66[Innogen to Cymbeline] I am senseless of your wrath
Cym II.iii.52.1[Queen to Cloten, of obeying Innogen] Save when command to your dismission tends, / And therein you are senseless
E3 III.iii.202[Artois to Prince Edward] transform thy gazing foes / To senseless images of meagre death
TG III.i.143[Duke reading Valentine's letter to Silvia, of thoughts] Himself would lodge where, senseless, they are lying! [i.e. unaware of their privileged position]
Tim II.ii.1[Flavius alone, of Timon] so senseless of expense
WT IV.iv.606[Autolycus to himself, of the crowd] you might have pinched a placket, it was senseless
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