Deep, profound, indelible, ineffaceable, impressive, effective, deep-felt, home-felt, heart-felt, warm-hearted, hearty, cordial, swelling, thrilling, soul-stirring, deep-mouthed, heart-expanding, electric.

    Earnest, hearty, eager, exuberant, gushing, effusive, breathless, glowing, fervent, fervid, ardent, soulful, burning, red-hot, fiery, flaming, boiling, boiling over, zealous, pervading, penetrating, absorbing, over head and ears; the heart being big, full, swelling, overflowing, bursting.

    Wrought up, excited, passionate, enthusiastic, see 825.

    (Phrases). From the bottom of one's heart; de profundis; heart and soul.

  1. Sensibility (Substantives), impressibility, sensibleness, sensitiveness, responsiveness, affectibility, susceptibleness, susceptibility, susceptivity, excitability, mobility, vivacity, vivaciousness, tenderness, softness; intolerance.
  2. Physical sensibility, see 375.

    (Verbs). To be sensible, etc., shrink, etc., to be without skin.

    (Phrases). "To die of a rose in aromatic pain"; to feel where the shoe pinches; to take it hard; to take to heart.

    (Adjectives). Sensible, sensitive, impressible, impressionable, susceptive, susceptible, responsive, excitable, mobile, thin-skinned, tremblingly alive, vivacious, lively, mettlesome, highstrung, intense, emotional, tender, soft, sentimental, romantic, enthusiastic, neurotic.

    (Adverbs). Sensibly, etc., to the quick.

  3. Insensibility (Substantives), inertness, insensitivity, impassibility, impassibleness, apathy, phlegm, dullness, hebetude, coolness, coldness, supineness, stoicism, insouciance, nonchalance, indifference, lukewarmness, frigidity, cold blood, sang-froid, dry eyes, cold heart, deadness, torpor, torpidity, ataraxia, pococurantism.
  4. Lethargy, coma, trance, stupor, stupefaction, paralysis, palsy, hebetation, anèsthesia 381, stock and stone, neutrality.

    Physical insensibility, see 376.

    (Verbs). To disregard, be insensible, not to be affected by, not to mind, to vegetate, laisser aller, not to care; to take it easy.

    To render insensible, 376, numb, benumb, paralyse, deaden, render callous, sear, inure, harden, steel, case-harden, stun, daze, stupefy, brutalise, hebetate.

    (Adjectives). Insensible, unconscious, impassive, unsusceptible, insusceptible, impassible, unimpressionable, unresponsive, unfeeling, dead to, passionless, spiritless, soulless, apathetic, phlegmatic, callous, thick- skinned, pachydermatous, obtuse, proof against, case-hardened, inured, steeled against, stoical, dull, frigid, cold, cold-blooded, cold-hearted, flat, maudlin, sloppy, inert, bovine, supine, sluggish, torpid, languid, tame, tepid, numb, numbed, sleepy, yawning, comatose, anèsthetic.

    Indifferent, insouciant, lukewarm, careless, mindless, regardless, disregarding, unconcerned, uninterested, pococurante; taking no interest in.

    Unfelt, unaffected, unruffled, unimpressed, unmoved, unperturbed, uninspired, untouched, etc.; with withers unwrung, unshocked, with dry eyes, platonic, imperturbable, vegetative, automatic.

    (Adverbs). Insensibly, etc., èquo animo.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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