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unresponsive

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunresponsiveun‧res‧pon‧sive /ˌunrɪˈspɒnsɪv $ -rɪˈspɑːn-/ AWL adjective  EFFECT/INFLUENCEnot reacting to something or not affected by itunresponsive to The disease is totally unresponsive to conventional treatment. His warning fell on unresponsive ears (=was not listened to).
Examples from the Corpus
unresponsiveThe Postal Service is also unresponsive.I was unresponsive and kept joking with him about it - but I made it clear I wasn't interested.When premature infants who are unresponsive are taken out of the incubator, she usually takes over their care.But his words fell on unresponsive ears.The infant is breathing on her own but is unresponsive, officials said.This combination of symptoms may be unresponsive to conventional medical treatment.It is not that such agendas are unresponsive to data but they are not responsive by way of direct testing.She was unresponsive to this argument.fell on unresponsive earsBut his words fell on unresponsive ears.
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