SENSELESS, adjective sens'less.
1. Wanting the faculty of perception. The body when dead is senseless; but a limb or other part of the body may be senseless, when the rest of the boky enjoys its usual sensibility.
2. Unfelling; wanting sympathy.
The senseless feels not your pious sorrows. Rowe.
3. Unreasonable; foolish; stupid.
They would repent this their senseless perverseness, when it would be to late.
4. Unreasonable; stupid; acting without sense or judgement.
Ther were a senseless stupid race. Swift.
5. Contrary to reason or sound judgement; as, to destroy by a senseless fondness the happiness of children.
6. Wanting knowledge; unconscious; with of; as libertiness, senseless of any charm in love.
7. Wanting sensibility or quick perception.