Definition of insensitively in English:

insensitively

adverb

  • See insensitive

    • ‘It is a natural response from a wounded community that has been treated insensitively by the central government.’
    • ‘Towns are also suffering badly from development which damages their individual character, is insensitively sited, or which threatens local businesses.’
    • ‘This is where I think the controversy, in part, lies: we are manipulated into acting insensitively over deadly serious, upsetting matters.’
    • ‘I would like to see the site developed but the scale of this proposed development is insensitively huge.’
    • ‘I want to know why the BBC has sponsored such an insensitively Anglocentric production.’

Pronunciation

insensitively

/ɪnˈsɛnsətɪvli/